Simiyu Region Investment Guide.

    The Simiyu investment guide is in line with the overall investment policy ofTanzania, only that it presents what investment opportunities are available at the regional level. It is also in line with the vision of Simiyu as articulated by the Hon. President of the United Republic of Tanzania on January 11, 2017, the Simiyu Regional Development and LGAs Development Plans aligned with National development frameworks such as the Tanzania Development Vision 2025 and National Five Year Development Plan 2016-2021 (FYDP II).

    This investment guide provides investment information to prospective local and foreign firms, individuals, and resources that attract them to exploit investment potentials in Simiyu in order to stimulate business and enterprise development to execute the development pathway of the region as expressed by the Regional Secretariate. It is also intended to enhance Simiyu’s competitiveness in areas where it has strengths and emerging economic potentials. Other objectives are to foster the productive capacities in key primary sectors and industries, and to sustainably augment the GDP and inclusive and resilient economic growth needed to accelerate societal development and well being of Simiyu and Tanzania at large.

    Thus, the Simiyu region and its Local Government Authorities (LGAs) have resolved to prioritize all investment initiatives and provide political support, attractive incentives and support services for investors, when setting up a business in the region., In addition, the Simiyu Regional Office and Bariadi, Busega, Itilima, Maswa, and Meatu LGAs will provide a satisfactory conducive policy, regulatory, and business environment, and are available to provide further details on the selected strategic and viable opportunities to interested investors.

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