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Clyde & Co
As the construction industry continues to develop in Tanzania, the use of international standard contracts has increased. In particular, we have seen the FIDIC
Clyde & Co
There are various professional boards which govern the membership of professional firms in the Tanzanian construction industry
Dentons
The Government of Tanzania has recently passed the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No. 1 of 2018, an Act that amends certain written laws.
Clyde & Co
The Tanzania Mercantile Exchange PLC (TMX) was set up in 2014 as a public private partnership between the Treasury Registrar ...
Clyde & Co
In this month's Finance Briefing, we provide an update on our Brief Note of January 2018 (the Previous Updater) that focused on the amendments to the Land Act, 1999 ...
Shikana Law Group
The construction industry in Tanzania is composed of a myriad of stakeholders and regulations.
Clyde & Co
With increasing interest in the Tanzanian construction market from China, understanding the local law requirements, agreements and registrations can be the first hurdle to project success.
Mayer Brown
While a stable government, substantial mineral resources, tourism and agriculture have all played a part in making Tanzania one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, with current annual GDP growth in the region of 7%, it is the energy sector that is expected to grab the headlines.
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