Tan Biz Link is your reliable investment partner to the United Republic of Tanzania.
We will help you with all procedures that abide by the laws of Tanzania in Investing.
Tanzania is one of Africa's most peaceful and politically stable countries. The country has never experienced a civil war or major internal strife since its independence in 1961.
Tanzanians continue to live in peace and with a sense of a shared national identity that is not based on ethnicity. Tanzania has had five transfers of leadership through free and fair elections since its independence in 1961 under the leadership of nationalist Julius Nyerere. Since 1992, presidential terms have been limited to two 5-year terms.
By 2025, the country expects to be an industrialized middle-income country. In accordance with this vision, we have decided to place a greater emphasis on developing a strong industrial base. Tanzania has established Export Processing Zones (EPZs) and Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as ponds of industrial growth and services in order to promote export trade. The EPZ scheme encourages investment in the manufacturing sector, primarily for export, whereas the SEZ scheme includes agriculture, trade, tourism, mining, and forestry.
Tanzania provides generous fiscal incentives through the Export Processing Zone/Special Economic Zone (EPZ/SEZ) schemes in order to attract both FDIs and domestic direct investments (DDIs).
Improving Tanzania's transportation infrastructure is a top priority for the Tanzanian government.
The development of the country's roads, ports, railways, and airport infrastructure is critical for the country's internal and external trade and commercial activities. As Tanzania strives to become a middle-income country, the sector's future development will include improvements in the energy sector.
Infrastructure projects present exciting opportunities for investors seeking to capitalize on Tanzania's rapidly expanding economy.