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Tanzania: Government Plans 7% Spending Increase in 2023-4 Fiscal Year

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Tanzania: Government Completes Negotiations on Construction of $30 Billion LNG Project

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Tanzania: President Lifts Ban on Opposition Rallies

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Tanzania: Equinor, Shell Reach Initial Deal as Tanzania Eyes 2025 LNG FID

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