US Vice President Harris Kamala visited Tanzania during her three-nation Africa tour at the end of March.
Among the many initiatives pledged, she announced that the US will:
- provide $560m in bilateral aid next fiscal year,
- expand US–Tanzania commercial engagement,
- invest in battery-grade nickel industry, which will be sold to the US and the global market, and
- expand affordable broadband.
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