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Oct 16, 2014
Tanzania to ban exporting raw products

The government of Tanzania is set to outlaw the export of raw materials in order to inspire investors to process all products locally.

Tanzania’s Prime Minister, Mr. Kassim Malaliwa said that the government is encouraging domestic production especially in the agriculture sector so as to create more employment opportunities and accelerate economic growth according to a report by the Daily News.

“We are mulling over the ban of raw product exports and encourage domestic industries to invest in factories that will consume the available raw materials…investors should now improve their production capacities to meet the domestic demand for finished goods,” said The premier while visiting Arusha-based Mount Meru Millers

The Mount Meru millers is supporting small holder sunflower producers in the region.

“We don’t see any need to export sunflower seeds and other agricultural produce… we need industries that can consume all the raw materials and create more jobs for our people,” Mr Majaliwa said, urging the investor however to improve and maintain good relations with farmers.

The Prime minister assured the miller and farmers of government support. The Mount Meru Millers Director Atul Muttal, said the company plans to introduce new cap price for sunflower seeds produced by local farmers.

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