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Tanzania’s evolving investment environment

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Since the election of President John Magufuli, the Tanzanian government has at times been accused of a myopic focus on revenue collection at the cost of business growth. Businesses in particular have complained that policy flux and a weight of fiscal and regulatory enforcement activities has not been accompanied by a constructive dialogue around reform. In recent months, however, the business community has been given a glimpse of a more inclusive and consultative side to this administration. 

In this note we explore the evolution of business dynamics over the last couple of months and what this means for the business outlook. Click here to download the article.

About the author: James Buberwa Mukurasi is an Associate Consultant in our Tanzania office, advising clients on political, policy, regulatory and operational dynamics in the market. James has worked on recent assignments across the agriculture, power, mining and consumer goods sectors, as well as conducting extensive research and analysis for public sector clients.

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