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Tanzania seeks investor for e-waste innovation

Friday 28 September 2018 | 09:46 CET | News
Tanzania's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Commission is looking for an investor to establish an ICT product that would come from recycled electronic wastes, reports the Daily News. ICT Commission Acting Director General, Samson Mwela said ICT sector has a lot of opportunity for the investment. He said the ICT manufacturing industry is expected to recycle technologically phased out and outdated electronic products and usher in new ones. Recycling ICT outdated products would be seen as an ideal venture, he added.

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