Mary Ellen Iskenderian to accompany DFID Secretary in Tanzania

November 5, 2013

Britain will forge a new partnership between east Africa, leading businesses and the London Stock Exchange Group to boost development in the region, Justine Greening announced as she headed DFID’s first business delegation.

Accompanied by senior representatives of 18 British and international businesses and social enterprises, the UK’s International Development Secretary set out four new commercial initiatives to help the poorest benefit from economic growth in Tanzania.

Justine Greening will be accompanied by senior delegates from the following organisations: AgDevCo, Agrica, Aldwych International, ASCO, Diageo, Equity for Tanzania, Gatsby Foundation, JCB, London Stock Exchange, Mott Macdonald, Pall-Ex Group, SABMiller, Swire Pacific Offshore, Temporis Capital, Unilever, Vinci plc, Women’s World Banking and the Wood Family Trust.


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