The Confederation of Tanzania Industries is a Business Membership Organisation that was launched in July 1991. It is an independent, self-financed, legally constituted organisation that serves its members by speaking out on their behalf and generally representing their interests. The main aim of CTI is to ensure that there is a conducive legal, financial and economic environment within which industry can operate effectively, prosper and contribute to national wealth and development.
Hon Dr Abdallah Kigoda (PM), the Minister for Industry and Trade has assured CTI members of his support to ensure a conducive business environment with a view to enhancing investors’ confidence. The minister said this when he met with CTI leadership at the Ministry of Industry and Trade on 7th March 2013. During discussions, CTI raised a number of concerns regarding the business environment that has negatively affected their business performance making the cost of doing business to remain high. The unfriendly business environment has also hindered Tanzanian industries to compete in the EAC and SADC regional blocs. Issues that were raised by CTI during discussions are as follows:
Energy, Electrical (Machinery, Equipment, Services) and Electronics
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Consultancy Services
Paper, Paper Products, Printing, Publishing and Packaging Materials
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