News Flash

On his last day in Tanzania, President Clinton became one of 360, 000 visitors annually to explore the World Famous Ngorongoro Crater. Often called "Africa’s Eden" and the "8th Natural Wonder of the World," this collapsed volcano (a “caldera”) is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area . This is a natural sanctuary for thousands of birds, insects and animals such as lions, zebra, black rhino and wildebeest, all free to wander.
 
powered_by.png, 1 kB
Home
Welcome to The Embassy of Tanzania - Sweden

  

 The Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Stockholm will be closed for business on 28th (Monday) and 29th (Tuesday) July 2014 in order to observe a public holiday in Tanzania.

We regret for any inconvenience caused.  


  

Muhammed Mwinyi Haji Mzale 
AMBASSADOR
It is with great joy that we bring Tanzania to our friends in the Nordic and Baltic States. Our mission is to promote and protect Tanzania's national interests in the region. Our main interest is economic- investments, trade and tourism- among others.

In this time of turmoil in many parts of the world, Tanzania is a haven of peace with uninterrupted political stability. Thus there is a conducive climate for doing business with Tanzania. The economy has performed well and continues its pattern of steady real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth and its low and stable inflation rate. The inflation rate has fallen from over 30% in the early 1990s to a single digit currently (5%).

The economic growth has been sustained at an average of 6-7 percent. In the mining sector, Tanzania is the third largest gold producer in Africa behind South Africa and Ghana and ranks among the top producers of diamonds in the world. The tourism sector has grown rapidly with the number of tourists more than doubling since 1991.

Last Updated ( Friday, 25 July 2014 )
Read more...
 
© 2014 Embassy of The United Republic of Tanzania - Stockholm, Sweden

Comments for Webmaster
.