Rules & Regulations

Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture aims at improving good governance to its members through better understanding of Government policies, rules and regulations. In order to secure sustainable development, it is essential to ensure that structures and systems of governance as well as rule of law are democratic, participatory, representative, accountable and inclusive. It is also important to ensure equitable allocation of public resources- with corruption effectively addressed. The Governance systems must work in favour of all citizens, also the poor and vulnerable groups. Areas that Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture priorities in particular under “Good Governance and Accountability” are Anti-Corruption initiatives in Business and whole society in general and good governance at local level.

The following policies, rules and regulations are useful:

Policy, Acts & Regulations

National Anti-Corruption Policy
National Cooperative Development Policy
National HIV/AIDS Policy
National ICT Policy
National Investment promotion Policy
National Irrigation Policy
National Beekeeping Policy
National Environmental Policy
National Forest Policy
National Land Policy
National Micro-Finance Policy
National SME Policy
National Energy Policy
National Food and Nutrition Policy
National Mineral Policy
National Tourism Policy
National Trade Policy
National Wildlife Policy
National Women in Development Policy
National Social Security Policy
National Community Development Policy
National Industries Development Policy
Anti Dumping Act of 2004
Bank of Tanzania Act of 2006
Banking Financial Act of 2006
Business Registration  Act of 2007
Dairy Act of 2004
Employment and Labor Relations Act of 2004
Empowerment Act of 2004
Export Processing Zone Act of 2006
Financial Law Act of 2003
Income Tax Act of 2004
Investment Act of 1997
Land Act Amendment of 2004
Loans Guarantees Act of 2003
Ports Act of 2004
Fair Competition Act of 2003
Finance Act of 2006