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Check computergees for Tanzania in 2006.

Tanzania Market Entry

Basic data Capital At home Population 6million Language Swahili language Religion Islam 35%, Christianity 35% State system parliamentary democracy Head of State Samia Suluhu Hassan Head of government Kassim Majaliwa Majaliwa Currency name Tanzanian shilling Travel Time shift +1h CET (summer time), +2h CET (winter time) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 179.1 Economic growth… Read More »

Tanzania Energy and Security

Economy and energy The Tanzanian economy is largely based on agriculture, which still contributes around 30% of the total GDP and employs more than two thirds of the workforce. The services sector is growing, thanks above all to the contribution of tourism and telecommunications. In addition to the traditional sectors, the annual growth of the… Read More »

Tanzania Country Information

Geography of Tanzania The United Republic of Tanzania is a state on the east coast of Africa. It borders Kenya and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west, and Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to the south. The eastern border is the Indian Ocean. Tanzania has two… Read More »

Zanzibar Information

This is a whole archipelago with the main island of the same name, located northeast of Dar es Salaam, 35 km from the coast. The main advantages of this resort are a rich and diverse cultural heritage, carefully preserved coastline, clean coastal waters and many species of marine animals. The best beaches are located in… Read More »

Dodoma, Tanzania

According to abbreviationfinder, Dodoma is the third largest city in Tanzania and capital of the African country, it is also the capital of the Dodoma region. The city covers an area of 2,669 km² and is located at 1,135 meters above sea level, it is located between the coordinates: 6 ° 10′19 ″ S 35 ° 44′29… Read More »

Tanzania Population, Politics and Economy

Population in Tanzania According to directoryaah, the approximately 53 million residents of Tanzania are made up of around 120 ethnic groups. With around 95%, the Bantu group is the largest tribe. The general population growth is increasing, which is mainly due to the fact that Tanzanian women give birth to an average of 5.3 children.… Read More »