Tanzania
The Citizen | 25-Mar-2019
The preferential protection of bilateral investments between Tanzania and the Netherlands is likely to cease next month but the protection for investments made before the date of termination continues to apply for a period of 15 years (until 1 April 2034).
The East African | 25-Feb-2019
Seatini said East African countries should find alternative ways to finance development projects rather than depend on public-private partnerships and bilateral investment treaties, which have cost the region dearly.
The Citizen | 12-Feb-2019
Tanzania has embarked on process of regulation of its foreign investment regime by enacting legislation, which exclude international arbitration.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 2-Jan-2019
Since 2017, the country has shown a hostile attitude towards international arbitration.
The Citizen | 12-Nov-2018
Tanzania is currently facing 13 cases on investment disputes in various international courts with $185.58 million (about Sh426 billion) demanded.
Reuters | 7-Nov-2018
Acacia threatened in October to use a bilateral investment treaty to force direct negotiations with Tanzania after Barrick failed to settle the row that has rumbled on for more than a year and a half.
The East African | 8-Oct-2018
Tanzania has terminated its Bilateral Investment Agreement with the Netherlands that East African and Dutch civil society had said was biased against the country.
The Citizen | 27-Sep-2018
Tanzania is urged to review the 15 years Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) with the Kingdom of Netherlands expires in April 2019 before it reckons itself for another 10 years.
The East African | 18-Sep-2018
Tanzania has moved to ensure that investor disputes are resolved locally after Attorney General Adelardus Kilangi pushed through parliament the Public Private Partnership (Amendment) Bill, 2018.
Xinhua | 13-Sep-2018
Authorities in Tanzania defended their move to amend public-private partnership laws and withdraw from international arbitrations.

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