Former Tanzanian Ambassador to China: Opportunities that China Presented Beneficial to Tanzanian Grassroots

Since Tanzania joined the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2018, vital infrastructure projects remain ongoing and bilateral trade between Tanzania and China has increased to over $8 billion. "If we had no option of Chinese enterprises, we would pay an arm and a leg to realize such projects," said Mbelwa Kairuki, former Tanzanian ambassador to China.
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