China's Ambassador to Tanzania Wang Ke has said that tax and permit issues are discouraging to Chinese investors and stressed the need for increasing efforts to improve the business environment in the country. She was addressing a forum attended by 136 Tanzanian and 70 Chinese companies, that promotes investment and trade partnerships between the two nations.
Tax, Permit Issues Put Off Chinese Investors - Envoy
Citizen, 4 December 2018
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