02
Sep

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Rwanda Delegation concludes successful mission in Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam 31st August 2016: Transit Trade stakeholders from Rwanda today concluded their two-day mission to Dar es Salaam where they met their Tanzania counterparts in a bid to cement bilateral relations among the Central Corridor Member states. Rwanda’s delegation was represented by officials from the Ministry of Trade & Industry, Ministry of East

12
Aug

0

7th Interstate Council of Ministers meeting concludes in Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam August 11, 2016: The Seventh Ordinary Meeting of the Inter-state Council of Ministers (ICM) of the Central Corridor Transit Transportation Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) has concluded its meeting in Dar es Salaam. The ICM is composed of Ministers of Transport from Partner States (Tanzania, Uganda, Congo DR, Rwanda and Burundi), meets once a

09
Aug

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Tanzania takes over Central Corridor Chairmanship from Rwanda

Dar es Salaam 9 August 2016: Tanzania today assumed the chairmanship of the Board of Directors of the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) from Rwanda. The Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications Dr Leonard Chamuriho took over from his counterpart Christian Rwakunda during the first day of the 11th Ordinary

05
Aug

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Progress in construction of Manyoni and Nyakanazi One Stop Inspection Stations

The Central Corridor, Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) in collaboration with the United Republic of Tanzania will soon commence construction of One Stop Inspection Stations (OSIS) after advertising the Tenders in the national and foreign press. The OneStop Stations are to be constructed at Manyoni in Singida Region and Nyakanazi in Kagera Region along the

05
Jul

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Magufuli and Kagame pledge to address challenges along the Central Corridor

PRESIDENTS John Pombe Magufuli (Tanzania) and Paul Kagame (Rwanda) have pledged to continue taking swift measures that are meant to eradicate non-tariff barriers in order to spur trade between the two countries and the East African region at large. The Heads of State have concurred that removing barriers to trade could increase more benefits to

29
Jun

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Korean companies interested in investing in Central Corridor

Dar es Salaam 29-06-2016:  Central Corridor partner states have been urged to promote their transport and infrastructure projects in Korea because there are many Korean companies interested in investing in such projects in various formats, including Public Private Partnership (PPP). The SK Engineering and Construction, General Manager, Mr Sam Hwang made the remarks today when

24
Jun

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TTFA Executive Secretary visit SAGCOT project in Dar es Salaam

In his bid to improve collaborative partnerships with stakeholders, the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (TTFA) Executive Secretary Capt Dieudonne Dukundane on 20th June 2016 had a fruitful business engagement with the Southern Agriculture Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT) Chief Executive Officer Mr Geoffrey Kirenga. The two executives discussed many topics on how to

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