Tanzanian gov't pledges to improve business environment

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DAR ES SALAAM, Feb. 7 (Xinhua) -- Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Thursday pledged the government's commitment to continue improving business environment and facilitate local and foreign investments.

Majaliwa told the National Assembly in the capital Dodoma that various interventions which were currently being undertaken by the government were aimed at inviting investors in available investment opportunities in different economic sectors.

Majaliwa said Tanzania has enough land to facilitate any kind of investment whereas municipal councils have been directed to set aside special land plots for investment activities.

He said President John Magufuli has been conducting meetings with the Tanzania Business Council as part of efforts to ensure better business environment.

He said measures have been taken to improve infrastructure, including roads and ports, and the construction of standard gauge railway (SGR).

Majaliwa told the House that the SGR will also help ease the flow of goods and people in the neighboring landlocked countries of Uganda, Zambia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Rwanda.

He said the construction of tarmac roads connecting regions as well as Tanzania with neighboring countries will enable traders to easily transport their goods across the country.

"We recognize the contribution of trade and investment in our economy. We will continue to improve business environment as well as meet with them to discuss the various challenges they are facing," said Majaliwa. Enditem

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