17th - 19th April 2020

Diamond Jubilee Hall

Dar-Es-Salaam - Tanzania
Expo Indmachinery 2020
Expo Indmachinery 2020 is a International Trade Exhibition on Industrial Products & Machinery. The exhibition will be held in conjunction with Trade Africa 2020 from 17 - 19 April 2020, at Diamond Jubilee Hall,Dar-Es-Salaam,Tanzania.

The Exhibition will attract exhibitors from around 15 countries and visitor from Tanzania & neighbouring countries including : Tanzania, Zambia, Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda etc.

Expo Indmachinery 2020
provides a unique opportunity to expand your business network in one of the most astonishing business destinations in Africa as Tanzania is also focused on exports given playing an important role in country's developing economy.

Tanzania is the market of more than 40 million people. The country is mainly focused importing goods from other countries due to low productivity at it's own soil. Tanzania shares borders with Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda & Rwanda.
 Diamond Jubilee Hall

 Diamond Jubilee Hall
 Dar-Es-Salaam - Tanzania
17 - 19 April 2020
10 AM - 06 PM

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About Tanzania
Tanzania is located in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Tanzania and Somalia. It covers an area about twice the size of Nevada. Tanzania has a tropical climate along the coast, turning increasingly arid farther inland. Low plains rise into central highlands bisected by the Great Rift Valley, with a fertile plateau in the west. Natural resources include gold, limestone, soda ash, salt barites, fluorspar, garnets, wildlife, hydropower, and rubies .

Over 31 million people live in Tanzania. Both English and Swahili are official languages of Tanzania, while numerous indigenous languages are spoken as well. Ethnically, Tanzania is comprised primarily of Africans (99%) including the following groups: Kikuyu (22%) Luhya (14%) Luo (13%) Kalenjin (12%) and Kamba (11%). The country's religious groups include Protestant (38%) Roman Catholic (28%) indigenous beliefs (8%) and others.
Economy and Infrastructure  
The strength of the tourist industry coupled with years of growth in manufacturing and services has made Tanzania, especially Nairobi, the commercial center of East Africa. But after 4 decades of independence, most Tanzanians remain impoverished citizens of a struggling state. The richest 10% of the population own an estimated 40% of the wealth. The poorest 30% own only 10%. In the past, economic growth has not greatly improved poverty rates. Tanzania has a relatively large middle class that resents repression and corruption from government sources but is fearful of anarchy especially in the face of interethnic clashes. The social structure has been burdened by the influx of some 300,000 refugees from the neighboring states of Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan. In addition, the population growth rate has only recently been reduced from 3.0%. More than half of all Tanzanians are younger than 15 years old. Pressure on arable land is enormous. Creating employment for the number of agrarian workers relocated to urban settings will also be difficult.
31,140,000 people; Kikuyu (22%); Luhya (14%); Luo (13%); Kalenjin (12%); Kamba (11%) Annual growth rate: 1.15% Major languages are English; Kiswahili; Maasai Religions: Protestant (38%); Catholic (28%); indigenous beliefs (26%).
Resources and industry
Natural resources: gold; limestone; soda ash; salt barites; rubies; fluorspar; garnets; wildlife; hydropower Agriculture: coffee; tea; corn; wheat; sugarcane; fruit; vegetables; livestock and dairy products Industry: small-scale consumer goods; agricultural processing; oil refining; cement; tourism Exports: $1.8 billion Imports: $3.1 billionctions.
Communication and transportation
310,000 main telephone lines 400,000 Internet users (2002) 38,198 miles of highway 1,654 miles of railroad 231 airfields 357,000 motor vehicles.
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