The Independent published on Friday, December 9, 2011 a special country report on Tanzania.
This report was produced by Worldfolio. The agency had several months one of its teams on the field, interviewing the main business leaders in the country and investigating in the economic spheres. As a result, they elaborated a complete analysis on Tanzania, focusing on the main sectors, as agriculture, tourism, telecoms, mining…
The report was published the day of the 50th anniversary of the country’s independency. Now they are going through their fourth Republic, and Zanzibar is part of the nation. It is important to emphasize Tanzania is much more than a Safari country. Of course, not forgetting it is Africa’s premier destination, and that the country enjoys some of the most outstanding natural beauties in the world, mixing lions and savannas with the biggest mountain in Africa and the sea.
Tanzania is the third largest gold producer in Africa, and has got large diamonds and gemstones deposits, as well as iron, coal, uranium, nickel and copper reserves. Currently mining represents 2.3% on the country’s GDP, and the government expects to raise it over the 10% in the next 14 years.The Worldfolio