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    Advocating for effective regulation of the cashew nut industry in Tanzania: Policy brief 

    This brief seeks to share the findings on the cashew sub-sector with the purpose of improving the regulatory system and the marketing of crop produced by some of poor smallholder farmers. Cashew production is a small holder ...
    Author: Agricultural council of Tanzania
    Publishing Date: 2013-05-24
    Publisher: Agricultural council of Tanzania
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    Document type: Other reports

    The Analysis of the Major Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: Case of Tanzania 

    This paper analyses the determinants of foreign direct investment in Tanzania. Using Ordinary least square (OLS) estimation technique to analyze the relationship, result shows that the market size, infrastructure development ...
    Author: Shawa, Moses Joseph
    Publishing Date: 2014
    Publisher: Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    ANAPA now employs female rangers, tour guides 

    This newspaper article reports about women employment in the Arusha national park (ANAPA). It is revealed that ANAPA has become the first sanctuary to employ female rangers and tour guides, ending male dominance in the ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2011-05-21
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Arusha gears up for karibu travel and tourism fair 

    This 2009 newspaper article by the Guardian analyzes the expectation of nearly 300 exhibitors from around the world to take part in spite of a global international tourism market. Countdown to the annual karibu travel and ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2009-05-22
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    ATE best employer awards planned for tomorrow 

    The newspaper article reports about employer of the year awards. The Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) has announced that employer of the year award will be presented tomorrow in Dar es Salaam. According to the ATE, ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2010-06-29
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    ATE line up Employer of the year award 2013 

    The newspaper article reports about employer of the year awards 2013. The Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) has announced that employer of the year award will be presented tomorrow in Dar es Salaam. According to the ...
    Author: Guardian reporter
    Publishing Date: 2013-12-03
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    ATE's Business Agenda 

    This presentation outlines and discusses employers’ business agenda, importance of business agenda, contents of the association of Tanzania employer’s (ATE) business agenda, Skills Development Levy (SDL). It also gives out ...
    Author: Association of Tanzania Employers
    Publishing Date: 2011
    Publisher: Association of Tanzania Employers
    Language:
    Document type: Presentation

    Bank donates in support of UDSM meet on tourism 

    This 2012 article reports on a 5 million donation from the Tanzania Postal Bank (TPB) to the Marketing department of the University of Dar es salaam to fund the department’s preparations for the International Conference ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2012-07-26
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Bloc not ready to implement single tourist visa system 

    Partner states of the East African community have yet to finalise requirements for a single visa to simplify travel within the bloc. The members have agreed to speed up the process to finalise the implementation of the ...
    Author: The East Africa Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2011-06-27
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Brela lauded for registering TCCIA firms 

    The aim of this news is to report about the registration of Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) firms launched by Business Registration Licensing Agency (Brela). The decision by Brela to register ...
    Author: Sembony, George
    Publishing Date: 2011-10-10
    Publisher: The Citizen
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    BRELA pushes for formalization of businesses in Mbeya region 

    This news is about an advice given to small medium and large entrepreneurs owning factories in Mbeya region to adhere to country’s laws and register their business with a business registration and licenses agency (BRELA). ...
    Author: Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2014-09-26
    Publisher: Daily News
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Bribes, taxes and regulations, business constraints for micro enterprises in Tanzania 

    The study examines bribes, taxes and regulations in Tanzania. It focuses on business constraints for micro enterprises. A survey was conducted and comprised 160 micro enterprises. On average, the firms employed 2.2 people, ...
    Author: Fjeldstad, Odd-Helge; Kolstad, Ivar; Nygaard, Knut
    Publishing Date: 2006
    Publisher: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    Budget hampering provision of farm subsidy to tobacco 

    This news is about the how the budget hampers provision of farm subsidy to tobacco growers in Tanzania. The government is yet to start providing subsidy for farm inputs to tobacco growers due to a meagre budget, the ministry ...
    Author: Andrew, Felix
    Publishing Date: 2012-06-13
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Bunda farmers commended for implementing Kilimo Kwanza 

    This news reports about Nyatwali villagers in Bunda district, Mara region, being hailed for implementing Kilimo Kwanza by engaging in irrigation farming. Also, Ukiriguru researchers are applauded for the job they have done ...
    Author: The Guardian Correspondent
    Publishing Date: 2011-07-18
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Can Africa ivory trade make some good come from tragedy? 

    This news is about ivory trade and market, its consequences and how to ban it. The family of a British pilot who was shot dead by elephant poachers in Tanzania has said they want to “make some good come from the tragedy” ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2017-02-07
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Challenges of Tour Operators 

    This research is commissioned by Development research organization (DROrg), a nongovernmental organization based in Dar-es-Salaam. It reviews the challenges of tour operators and suggesting the appropriate measures to ...
    Author: Nkonoki, Symon
    Publishing Date: 2012-01-01
    Publisher: HAAGA-HELIA University of Applied Sciences
    Language:
    Document type: Research report

    Clear empowerment policies for businesses needed, government told 

    This newspaper article reports about empowerment policies in Tanzania. The government has been urged to develop clear policy and guidelines on empowerment of local businessmen since no country has ever developed without ...
    Author: Andrew, Felix
    Publishing Date: 2011-10-27
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    Consumer behaviour and counterfeit purchase in the Tanzanian mainland 

    The study examines the influence of moral judgement, subjective norm and self-regulatory efficacy in predicting behavioural intention to purchase counterfeit products among Tanzanian consumers. It also examines the direct ...
    Author: Mushi, Hellena M.; Noor, Nor A.M.
    Publishing Date: 2016
    Publisher:
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    Contribution of tourism FDI to poverty alleviation: A selected Case from hunting safaris in Tanzania 

    This study assesses the contribution of tourism-based foreign direct investment (FDI) to poverty alleviation in Tanzania. The author uses a case study method. Tanzania Game Trackers Safari (TGTS) was selected because it ...
    Author: Anderson, Wineaster; Nicodemus, Grace
    Publishing Date: 2014-12
    Publisher: University of Dar es Salaam Business School
    Language:
    Document type: Journal

    Cross-Cultural Communication in Construction Industry: How do Chinese Firms Cross the Barriers in Tanzania? 

    This paper (2014) examines how cross-cultural complexity and cross cultural communication misunderstandings can be effectively managed by exploring the relationship between; cross cultural communication barriers and ...
    Author: Waziri, Fatma; Khalfan, Salha
    Publishing Date: 2014
    Publisher: European Journal of Business and Management Vol.6, No.13, 2014
    Language:
    Document type: Journal