Tanzania’s energy industry hopes for progress in second Magufuli term


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Issue 426 - 05 Nov 2020 - By Dan Marks | 11 minute read

Energy investors are pushing for Tanzania’s President John Magufuli to deliver on his promise to back competitive energy projects in his second term. Renewable energy plants in particular have potential to move forward if the government is willing to compromise, writes Dan Marks.

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