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  • Tanzania Will Begin Trading Coffee Under AFCFTA Market In July.

    Posted on :Friday , 17th February 2023

    Espresso will be the primary Tanzania's item to exchange under the African Mainland Streamlined commerce Region (AfCFTA) market in July this year, the Clergyman for Speculation, Industry and Exchange, Dr Ashatu Kijaji has said.


    As of late, the public authority declared that from July first, this year, it will begin trading ten kinds of items to the AfCFTA market for the count. . .

  • Tanzania's President Mwinyi Sees Opportunity in Horticultural Sector

    Posted on :Friday , 17th February 2023

    Zanzibar President Hussein Mwinyi guided the rural service to team up with all partners to support creation of plant produce in the country for home-grown and send out business sectors.


    Dr Mwinyi additionally reported significant changes in his drive to prod the cultivation business to meet home-grown and send out business sectors.


    "We need to make a solid . . .

  • Netherlands and Tanzania to Increase Potato Production

    Posted on :Monday , 16th January 2023

    Mbeya — Mbeya Area Official Mr Juma Homera has said that the public authority will keep on working with the Dutch government to work with the expansion in potato creation in the country.


    The RC offered the comments here at the end of the week while gracing the gathering that separated from examining the present status of the potato area and setting techniqu. . .

  • Tanzania Government Bold Measures Boost Agriculture Financing

    Posted on :Tuesday , 20th December 2022

    Expansion of credit to farming was all the while souring in October this year following estimates put on by the public authority since last year to support funding into the area.


    As per the Month to month Financial Audit delivered by the Bank of Tanzania during the week, yearly credit development to horticulture for the year finishing October 2022 remained at 57.7% contrasted. . .

  • Tanzania's agricultural goals are boosting grain exports in East Africa

    Posted on :Tuesday , 1st November 2022

    The foundation of Tanzania's economy is agriculture. According to government statistics, the sector employs more than 65% of Tanzanians and accounts for 27% of the country's GDP (GDP).


    This is supported by Tanzania's plans to build enormous grain storage facilities and distribution hubs all over East Africa. This situation indicates that Tanzania's desire to increase its grai. . .


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