Incentives Effectiveness

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|university of bradford – MZUMBE COHORT 2011/2012 | | | | | |Dissertation Proposal – ID-7017D | | | |“The effectiveness of Investment Incentive Package in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment in Tanzania” | |Words count 2720 | | | |UoB # 11031994 | | | |Acronyms | |OECD – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development | |UNIDO-United Nations Industrial Development Organization | |UNCTD-United Nations Conference on Trade and Development | |WB - World Bank | |WDI - World Development Indicators | |WTO - World Trade Organization | | | | |

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE1
BACKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM1
1.1Introduction1
1.2Background of the problem1
1.3Statement of the problem2
1.4Research objectives3
1.4.1General research objectives3
1.4.2Specific objectives3
1.5Research Questions3
1.6Significant of the study4
1.7Limitation of the study4
CHAPTER TWO5
LITERATURE REVIEW5
2.1Introduction5
2.2Overview of Foreign Direct Investments5
2.3Tanzania FDI Incentives6
2.3.1Types of Incentives in Tanzania7
2.4Theoretical Review8
CHAPTER THREE10
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY10
3.1Introduction10
3.2Research design10
3.3Sources types of Secondary data10
3.4Locating of data11
3.5Data evaluation11
REFERENCES12

CHAPTER ONE

BACKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM

Introduction

Tanzania like many other developing countries around the world has continued to peg incentive packages to achieving long term Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) goals. FDI according to Contessi (2009) is an international venture in which an investor residing in the home economy acquires a long-term “influence” in the management of an affiliate firm in the host economy. The existence of such long-term influence is assumed when voting shares or rights controlled by the multinational firm amount to at least 10 percent of...
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