Posted on :Friday , 29th September 2023
Tanzania SGR project foresaw another major step as country of Spain via Export Credit Agency has shown interest in the funding of of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) construction project by issuing loans, loans guarantees and insurance to the companies of the country that will be given the contract of establishing the railway which will run from Makutupora to Mwanza and from Tabora-Morogoro all. . .
Posted on :Monday , 31st July 2023
ATIDI guaranteed a EUR300 million credit facility provided by Deutsche Bank AG to the Tanzanian government. The facility will finance numerous infrastructure projects that are part of Tanzania's budget for 2022/2023 and are in line with the country's National Development Vision 2025.
Insuring Deutsche Bank against non-payment by the Tanzanian government on the loan facility a. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 7th June 2023
According to recent research by experts, Tanzania's real GDP growth would increase to 5.7% in 2023, up from a projected 5.4% in 2022. According to the Tanzania National Bureau of Statistics' most recent GDP figures, growth in Q322 was 5.2% year on year, up from 4.8% in Q222. The transport and storage industry (which contributed 14.2% to economic growth), agriculture, and mining were key growth . . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 4th April 2023
A Chinese company, Keda Industrial Group, will soon open an architectural glass plant in Tanzania for a total investment of US$86.8 million. When it is finished in about a year, the plant will have a 600-ton-per-year output capacity for architectural glass.
The project is a component of Keda Industrial's plan to increase its market share and diversify its offering of material. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 31st January 2023
The Tabora-Isaka leg of the Standard Gauge Railway's foundation stone was placed on January 18, 2023 by Tanzania's Vice President, Dr. Philip Isdor Mpango (SGR).
The portion is 165 km long (130 km + 35 km of intersections), and it is situated in the Shinyanga area.
The parts are being built by the Turkish firm Yapi Merkezi, and they should be f. . .