Contractors urged to source electrical materials locally

21 October 2021

Tanzania’s industry and trade minister Kitila Mkumbo has urged construction contractors to buy electrical materials from domestic vendors.

Mkumbo said the country had developed industries capable of producing electrical materials, so there was no reason for contractors to turn to foreign suppliers.

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