Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No 1 Bill 2020 has been presented to the Tanzanian Parliament in January 2020 and proposes the following changes to the Fertilizers Act Cap 378: It an offence for any person who sells fertilizer or fertilizer supplements above the indicative price. The Minister may restrict or prohibit exportation or importation of fertilizer … Read more
Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No 1 Bill 2020 has been presented to the Tanzanian Parliament in January 2020 and proposes the following changes to the Grazing Land and Animal Feed Resources Act Cap 180: The grazing land delineated by the villages through land use planning shall be protected with clear marks on boundaries, registered and published … Read more
Further to the 8 February 2018 constraints for mortgage finance in Tanzania (as per Part IV Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 2018 – see our earlier post), supporting Regulations have been published with effect from 26 April 2019. In short: Detailed definitions of “undeveloped” and “underdeveloped” land. Details of the amount of development required over 5 … Read more
With effect from 8 February 2018 there are new constraints for mortgage finance in Tanzania (as per Part IV Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 2018). In short, finance from local or foreign banks (or financial institutions) obtained by mortgages of: any Tanzanian land, must be invested in Tanzania; any un/under developed Tanzanian land, must be used … Read more
USAID has published its Tanzania Investment Policy Assessment 2018 via its East Africa Trade + Investment Hub. Statistics are from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). See: http://unctad.org/en/Pages/statistics.aspx The set of investment policy questions that guided the research process are adapted from the World Bank Group. See http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/666341500008847215/pdf/117475-PUBLIC-WP-13-7-2017-12-8-30-SPIRAToolKitGuide.pdfInternational best practice is cited from several … Read more
Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dodoma has in May 2018 published a Blueprint for Regulatory Reforms to Improve the Business Environment dated December 2017. The Blueprint provides the Government’s main framework for enabling a holistic review of the business enabling environment (BEE) in order to improve the business climate in Tanzania. It presents key … Read more
State House has announced that Geoffrey Idelphonce Mwambe has been appointed as the new Executive Director of Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC). We understand that from June 2016 Mr Mwambe was District Commissioner for Manyoni District in Singida Region and before that Director of Trade, Investment and Productive Sectors at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East … Read more
FAO have published a Review of Food and Agricultural Policies in the United Republic of Tanzania 2005-2011.