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Tanzania shows the appeal and the pitfalls of frontier markets

Source: Financial Times For the past decade or so, investors have used the term “frontier markets” (FMs) to describe a group of up-and-coming equity and bond markets that are smaller and less liquid than the emerging markets (EMs), but with the potential to grow rapidly. Proponents of FM investing argue that such markets should outperform…

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Bridges Africa -The Development Potential of Cross-Border Infrastructure in Africa: A Job Creation Perspective

SOURCE: East Africa Trade & Investment Hub Bridges Africa- The Development Potential of Cross-Border Infrastructure in Africa: A Job Creation Perspective is a publication by the International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development. It provides insight on the various development strategies being applied all around Africa. The publication contains a segment on how Africa can…

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Newsletter – AUGUST 2017

We’re delighted to welcome Zuweina Farah as AmCham’s new executive director. Zuweina brings an entrepreneurial background in IT consulting and business management to the ED position, and she has already hit the ground running in the first few weeks on the job. Some of you had the chance to meet her at last month’s networking…

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Tanzania Energy Briefing by Clyde & Co.

Highlighted in this briefing are the three new bill supplements related to natural wealth and resources.  These bills were passed under a certificate of urgency allowing for a shorter time frame in which to be debated and concluded. They were passed on the 3rd and 4th of July, 2017. This briefing provides a summary of…

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The Business Environement In Tanzania

  AmCham Tanzania was delighted to welcome you during its recent Executive Breakfast Meeting on the Business Environment in Tanzania. This exceptional meeting has been enhanced by the presence and expertise of: Hon. Dr. Adelhelm Meru-Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment Mr. Rishit Shah-Tax Partner, PricewtaerhouseCoopers (PwC) Mr. Godfrey Simbeye-Executive Director, Tanzania Private…

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Networking Event @ Elements

Our monthly networking event was a great success and seeing so many of you was a real pleasure. We sincerely thank Elements Bar-Lounge for its great support. We are now preparing Daraja 2.0, our CSR initiative on youth and employment in Tanzania. This year our event will be focused on Entrepreneurship in Tanzania, an engaging and…

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Panel discussion on Immigration Issues

AMCHAM Tanzania held a meaningful and interesting Panel Discussion on Immigration for Investors on the 3rd of March. During that evening, participants had the opportunity to find answers to their questions on the current state of play on immigration issues in Tanzania. AMCHAM sincerely thanks its  panelists, Mr. Fayaz Bhojani, Managing Partner for FB Attorneys…

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Run, eat, give

We came, we ran, we ate. And with the help of 30+ volunteers, the day went off with relatively few glitches. We raised almost $35,000 to protect Tanzania’s elephants in the Ivory Detection Dog program.

Run for the money!

What a day for a race! A ton of fun to raise money to protect elephants. Sunday November 23, 2014. First Annual Turkey Trot race / walk around Masaki from the Best Western Coral Beach. Awesome team of volunteers help 200 runners

Ambassador’s Reception

AmCham members came out for breakfast and a fantastic, free-wheeling and frank exchange with United States Ambassador Mark Childress at the Sea Cliff Hotel, Friday morning, 17 October 2014.