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Breakfast meeting with H.E Dora Mmari Msechu, Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to Sweden

On 1st June 2016 Ambassador Dora Msechu had a meeting with members of the Swedish East Africa Chamber of Commerce ( 
During the meeting she informed the Swedish business community of the current political and economic changes in Tanzania. She presented current investment and business opportunities focusing on current challenges and priorities. She presented current infrastructure, energy and industrial development and assured the business community of improved business and investment environment.

Ambassador Msechu's meeting that morning focused on the public service sector in Tanzania where the need for investment is currently more pressing. She briefly mentioned   the Government's strategy on Public Private Partnership in the service sector. She presented current challenges on solid waste management in urban areas in Tanzania. Major cities and towns are faced with increasing volume of waste because of the growing populations. 

She informed the meeting that Tanzania's needs, supply and management of services presents opportunities for business with Sweden.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 June 2016 )
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