South Korea to Strengthen Tanzanian Farming Sector

 has committed to develop a food processing complex and large-scale farmland in Tanzania to help local farmers compete in the African and European markets. Under the project, around 100,000 hectares of land in the country's Pwani province will be developed by South Korean food and farming companies. An initial fund of USD50 million has been allocated to develop 10,000 hectares of land starting next year.

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