Posted on :Thursday , 8th November 2018
A section of cashew Nut farmers in Tanzania are set to receive a boost following a move by Exim Bank to support them with TZS 200 million ($87,334 dollars).The farmers from Mtwara will benefit from the investment which aims at bolstering the industry productivity during 2018 season.According to a statement from Exim Bank, cashewnut industry in Tanzania recently has seen a significan. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 3rd October 2018
The European Union (EU) and the government of Tanzania on Tuesday have signed a 103.5-million-Euro financing agreement to improve productivity in the agricultural sector.
A joint statement by the EU and the government of Tanzania said will focus on horticulture, coffee and tea to improve agricultural productivity.
Posted on :Monday , 1st October 2018
Tanzania Trade Development Authority (TTDA) has said that the country has secured a market for coffee, cashew nuts, ginger, tea, peas, and legumes in China where there is high demand for the commodities.
Posted on :Thursday , 27th September 2018
The ongoing China-ASEAN Expo 2018 has promoted investment and trade opportunities in Tanzania, yielding positive results with some Chinese investors expressing interest in processing cassava starch.
Posted on :Thursday , 9th August 2018
The visiting Executive Director of WFP (The World Food Programme), David Beasley confirmed that they plan to buy 75000 metric tons of maize from Tanzania, while he was in Dar es Salaam this week. This is in line with the UN organizations ongoing exercise to expand market reliability for the corns from Tanzania.
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