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Monday, August 4, 2008

Economist conference in Tanzania

First Business Roundtable with the Government of Tanzania
Building on success ¡V maximising Tanzania's business potential
October 6th-7th 2008 - Kilimanjaro Hotel Kempinski, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Translating growth into business opportunity
After a decade of strong growth, Tanzania is emerging as East Africa's most promising new business prospect. Economically stable, mineral-rich and without the tribal tensions that have shaken Kenya, the country is attracting significant business interest.

Will the government now speed up reforms and give a much-needed boost to the private sector? Will it be able to take full advantage of Tanzania’s potential as a hub for East African business?

Gain a unique insight into Tanzania's plans
We're inviting you to discuss how the country can build on its economic track-record and encourage greater investment at the First Business Roundtable with the Government of Tanzania. We'll be considering issues such as:

  • Can Tanzania tackle its infrastructure bottlenecks to support faster growth?
  • Does the workforce have the skills needed to meet the growing demands of business?
  • Is the government doing enough to tackle corruption?
  • How do new investors from China and India see Tanzania?
  • How will the country meet its growing energy demands?

This exclusive event provides a high-level, off-the-record forum for government ministers, international and local business leaders and experts from the Economist Intelligence Unit to discuss the future for business in Tanzania.

His Excellency Jakaya Kikwete, President of Tanzania will give the keynote address.

Register before August 15th to save €200. For more information, please contact Tamara Joseph at emeacustomerservice@economist.com or on 43 1 712 41 61 21.

PDF Download conference programme and registration form (.pdf)

Venue information:
Kilimanjaro Hotel Kempinski
Nnaite Chiledi
Banquet Sales Executive
Kivukoni Street
P.O.Box 9574
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255 22 2131111
Fax: +255 22 2120777
Mobile: +255 784 282995
E-mail: nnaite.chiledi@kempinski.com
Web: www.kempinski-daressalaam.com


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The question is does Tanzania political system ready for economical intergration? Internation investors worry about political risk, how can we assure them this UFISADILSM will not lead into chaos and put their chips into risk?

Mdau # 1