Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Moldova

SURVEY AMONGST EU BUSINESSES TO PROMOTE EU – TANZANIA ECONOMIC RELATIONS

Tanzania, 20/01/2021 - 14:04, UNIQUE ID: 210120_9
Public consultations

Do you manage a firm operating in Tanzania? Are you considering investing in Tanzania? Has your company EU capital or trade with Europe? If so, tell us the barriers & opportunities you face. Your voice will feed into the EU’s dialogue with Tanzanian authorities to improve the business climate and you will be able to take part in the EU-Tanzania network and events in 2021.

Do you manage a firm operating in Tanzania? Are you considering investing in Tanzania? Has your company EU capital or trade with Europe? If so, tell us the barriers & opportunities you face. Your voice will feed into the EU’s dialogue with Tanzanian authorities to improve the business climate and you will be able to take part in the EU-Tanzania network and events in 2021.

All EU firms in Tanzania or potential investors are invited to complete a 5-minute survey online (click here) by 31 January 2021.

By “EU” firm, we consider any firm from the EU 27 Member States with EU ownership, EU CEO, EU Headquarters or EU capital.

All replies are anonymous. They will be presented in aggregated form (not mentioning individual companies) and will not be shared with third parties.

Development Alternative Inc. (DAI) consultant Mrs Ines Escudero is implementing this project on behalf of the EU Delegation to Tanzania. Do not hesitate to contact her if you need further information or would like to add input not covered by the survey.

This project is part of the European External Investment plan (EIP) to help boosting EU investment in Africa. More information at: https://ec.europa.eu/commission/eu-external-investment-plan_en

Background

The European Union and Tanzania enjoy well-established trade and investment relations and continuously explore new opportunities to strengthen them. Therefore, the EU Delegation intents to have a number of public events together with the Government of Tanzania in order to promote public-private dialogue as part of EU economic diplomacy. Hence, the EU Delegation is reaching out to the EU private sector in Tanzania to highlight the contribution of EU companies to Tanzania’s development. This information will also be used to tailor the EU’s dialogue with Tanzanian authorities to improve the business climate.

 

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