Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)

11 January 2013

Tanzania: Exim Bank, 'Daily News' to Strengthen Cooperation

TANZANIA Standard Newspapers (TSN), publishers of 'Daily News' and 'Habari Leo' and the Exim Bank (T) Limited have agreed to identify various investment opportunities to collaborate for sustainable development of the two firms.

This was said in Dar es Salaam by the Exim Bank (T) Ltd Managing Director, Mr Anthony Grant, during an official visit to the TSN headquarters located along Mandela Express way.

"We will discuss and identify all key areas for co-operation which could benefit the two companies as well as the society," he remarked.

Mr Grant said the two firms are similar but different in many ways but work in very competitive environments which call upon them to work together to deliver high quality services.

He cited for example, critical challenges posed by information technology to provide quality and competitive services to the clients. TSN Acting Managing Editor Mr Gabriel Nderumaki underlined the need to create a two way communication for sustainable development of the two companies.

"We thank you for your continued support but it is high time the two firms work reciprocally to grow together," he observed. He said TSN that publishes also the 'Sunday News' and 'Spoti Leo' has variety of products which could be used profitably and boost the firms' growth and returns.

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