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  • Tractor assembling plant in Tanzania to be constructed

    A tractor assembling factory in Tanzania is set to be constructed in Kibaha area after the government secured soft loan worth US $55m from Poland.

    The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Adelhem Meru, says that the construction plans for the tractor assembling factory in Tanzania were being finalised.

    The National Service economic wing (SUMA-JKT) and a Polish company Ursus S.A signed the contract for tractor supply and development of an assembling plant.

    The signing which was held at National Service (JKT) Headquarters was witnessed by former Tanzania’s Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda and the former Polish president Lech Walesa.

  • China boosts construction of Tanzania standard gauge railway

    Tanzania standard gauge railway gets financial support

    The construction of Tanzania standard gauge railway Line has received much needed impetus after the China Exim Bank agreed to support the project with a USD7.6m loan.-

    According to the ministry of transport officials the Tanzania standard gauge railway is expected to cover about 2,190-kilometre and will be implemented by Chinese contractors in assistance with local contractors.

    The statement also added that the loan given will be able to fund the construction of the project fully and it’s expected to begin in the current financial year as the government has also allocated funds for the same.

  • NNPC to establish energy renewable plant in Nigeria

    The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has plans to establish energy renewable plant in Nigeria using agricultural products. The energy renewable plant in Nigeria will be constructed in Benue State,is among the Federal Government’s effort to diversify the country’s economy.

    Rabiu Suleiman, Corporation’s Group General Manager in charge of Renewable Energy Division, confirmed that the project will cost about US$300m. He added that the project will receive financial boost from a joint venture which is made up foreign partners. However, technical partners have already been secured by the corporation.

    The Federal Government conceived the renewable energy using agricultural products to diversify energy generation from the existing sources in 2005 and since then the new renewable energy proposal has been in the government’s pipeline to fulfil it.

  • Ghana Energy Commission urges firms to produce own power

    The Ghana energy commission plans to fully implement an initiative of supporting industrial firms to generate their own power. The commission targets steel and mining companies.

    However, the commission plans to kick off the implementation procedure before the end of 2016 in order to achieve Ghana’s 10% renewable energy target for the nation’s energy mix come 2020. Additionally, companies will as well be able to purchase renewable energy for their operations.

  • Chinese firm Wu Yi to carry out major road expansion in Kenya

    China Wu Yi, a Chinese based firm is now expected to carry out a major road expansion in Kenya in the next few weeks.

    China Wu Yi won the U$158Million project to expand the a 25km stretch of Waiyaki Way starting from James Gichuru Road junction to Mai Mahiu turnoff on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.

    The road expansion in Kenya which is expected to reduce the frequent traffic jams experienced in Kenya’s capital Nairobi is part of the World Bank-funded mega roads expansion project.

    The other project that is in the World Bank mission is to converse of the 45.2km road between the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and Rironi into a superhighway.

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