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Tanzania International Forum for Investments (TIFI 2016)

05 December 2015
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Location: Dar Es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania | Date: March 9, 2016

At a time when investors are turning to Africa as a new relay for global economic growth, TIFI 2016 will highlight the country’s investment opportunities - some yet unforeseen – to investors from across the globe. Involvement at TIFI 2016 will align you with the most influential companies and personalities in all key sectors in Tanzania and the region. The TIFI 2016 Forum will be the largest gathering of industry leaders, SMEs, investment funds, bankers, institution leaders, political decision-makers and international media representatives, coming together behind the Tanzanian growth story, its potential and its ambitions to become a middle income country by 2025. The discussions will focus on opportunities in different sectors of the Tanzanian economy and regional integration. Message from Juliet Rugeiyamu Kairuki Executive Director, Tanzania Investment Centre “The Tanzania Investment Centre will deliver a presentation and showcase investment opportunities in Tanzania. We look forward to welcoming you to Dar Es Salaam where you will experience the hospitality of our country. The Tanzania Investment Centre will render the necessary assistance to all participants in the quest for investment in Tanzania”.

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