Tanzania: Tz Up for Tourism Investors How Government is Driving Tourism Growth

The GOVERNMENT is committed to strengthening cooperation with the private sector as a key catalyst in boosting the tourism industry.

He also expressed his willingness to welcome investors in the tourism sector given the available opportunities and the favorable business climate, including legal and tax reforms.

The remarks were made by Vice President Dr Phillip Mpango on Saturday while officiating at the 6th International Swahili Tourism Expo (S!TE) being held at Mlimani Town Hall in Dar es Hello.

The S!TE show, which kicked off on Friday, attracted more than 200 local exhibitors and 100 buyers from various countries such as the Netherlands, the United States, India, South Africa, Russia, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Japan, Oman and Georgia. , Bulgaria, Pakistan and Ivory Coast.

He said that to ensure effective investments in the tourism sector, the government has continued to put in place appropriate legal and fiscal policies as well as infrastructure renovation to help boost the sector.

“The government under the leadership of President Samia Suluhu Hassan has continued to take various measures to promote tourism. We have seen her come up with the film Tanzania Royal Tour which has helped increase the number of tourists,” he said. declared.

“President Samia’s initiatives in the promotion of tourism have enabled her to win an award from the World Tourism Organization (WTO) during the forum held in Arusha”, added the Vice-President.

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