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Project Financing the Development of a Mine in Tanzania
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Tanzania’s economy is undergoing an unprecedented pace of growth and change. With a booming mining sector delivering gold, graphite, rare earths among other minerals, Tanzania is a true focus for major international mining companies. A Host Government Agreement for a $40 billion LNG plant will shortly be signed between Shell, Equinor, Exxon Mobil and Pavilion (the IoCs) and Government of Tanzania. These sectors, a peaceful and stable political environment together with major investments in ports, roads, airports and other infrastructure make Tanzania a key investment destination on the African convenient.
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East Africa is poised for significant economic growth, fuelled by foreign direct investment in the energy sector and an increasing number of planned infrastructure projects. Increased investment will also in turn increase the number of transactions taking place.
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