Tanzania to review Sustainable Industrial Development Policy by 2020.

    ESRF: “The need to review the current industrial policy emanated from the observation that the policy does not accommodate important cross cutting issues.”

    Tanzania will review the Sustainable Industrial Development Policy (SIDP) by 2020 and come up with proper policy that will support the path for sustainable development of industrial sector.

    SIDP was formulated in 1996 and will stay until 2020 aimed towards achieving the overall national long-term development goals as enshrined in the Tanzania Development Vision (TDV) 2025.

    The Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) with support from CUTS International and Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment undertake the study whose preliminary findings shared to stakeholders.

    In his opening remarks at the Fifth NRG Meeting on “Sustainable Industrial Development Policy: What role for food security, climate and trade?” yesterday in Dar es Salaam, Obadia Nyagilo industrial development director in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment said:

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    Last updated on 2018-04-16




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