Tanzania, Africa's 13th largest country, is well-known for its industries, construction, agriculture, fishery and forest, and natural resource sectors. Tanzania is well-known for its clove cultivation.
The most visible sectors in the country are tourism, agriculture, mining, construction, and manufacturing.
- Tourism: Mount Kilimanjaro is the country's most popular tourist destination. The main tourism sectors are wildlife and beaches. The national parks, lakes, mountains, sanctuaries, and beaches draw thousands of visitors and investors.
- Agriculture: Agriculture and agricultural products account for the majority of Tanzania's economy (approximately 25% of total GDP). Thousands of items, including wine, sugar, nuts, meat, and dairy products, are exported to other countries each year.
- Mining: Following agriculture, the mining industry is contributing to the country's GDP. Tanzanian soil is rich in gold, iron, diamond, nickel, titanium, and a variety of other valuable minerals.
- Tanzania is the leading exporter of gold, tobacco, and raw copper.
- Other industries involved include livestock, trade, fishing, natural gas and oil, and manufacturing.
Tanzania has an average mobile internet speed of 7 Mbps and a fixed broadband speed of 15 Mbps. Airtel, Zanzibar Connection Company, Vodacom, Sasatel, and other leading internet service providers are listed below.