Eabc-Eac Chambers of Commerce response to COVID-19 & The recovery Strategy
The Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) was established in 1988. It was initiated with the support of the Tanzanian Government to strengthen the private sector. The establishment of the TCCIA was an important step in moving on from a centralized, planned economy towards a more open, mixed economy giving full scope to privately owned enterprises and farms. TCCIA has opened regional offices in all 26 regions of mainland Tanzania and over 100 district centers, which are autonomous in their operational activities. Assistance by Swedish governmental development agency SIDA has played a vital role in establishment of the regional and district Chambers especially in providing training, office equipment and mobilization/sensitization of the business community.
TCCIA provides registration and renewal of membership in Swahili and English, issues Certificates of...
The Business Support fosters the growth and sustainability of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in...
The Information and Communication Technology Department consists of Data Center and One Stop Shop In...
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Tanzania Chamber of Commerce requests the business community participation during the 8th East African Community Business & Investment Forum 2020 (EAC-BIF 2020) on 12th -13th March 2020 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The Forum is organized by...