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【坦桑尼亚】对做小生意的外国人开始打击  

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【坦桑尼亚】对做小生意的外国人开始打击 - 龙世界 - 龙世界非洲

正当我们还沉浸在中国春节喜悦的时候

坦桑尼亚工贸部长Cyril Chami

宣布

主要以打击坦桑尼亚,达累斯萨拉姆市Kariakoo商贸区外国人从事小生意的专项行动从今天开始

(以下文字,完全由英文报纸原文翻译而来,由于本人水平有限,请有能力阅读英文原文的博友,帮忙指正)

  

下图为坦桑尼亚201125日,当地英文报纸。(中国农历新年:大年初三) 

【坦桑尼亚】对做小生意的外国人开始打击 - 龙世界 - 龙世界非洲

 

他在昨天的一个记者招待会上讲到,一些外国人已经遵守了政府给予的最后一个月的最后通牒,“解决了他们在坦桑尼亚的居留问题”,但还有一些人无视或忽视我们的通告。

【坦桑尼亚】对做小生意的外国人开始打击 - 龙世界 - 龙世界非洲

 

工贸部副部长Lazaro Nyalandu之前就代表政府,已经给了那些做小生意的外国人30天的宽限期,以便他们能够获取他们居留合法化的相关文件。 【坦桑尼亚】对做小生意的外国人开始打击 - 龙世界 - 龙世界非洲

 

Chami部长昨天还说,通过一个政府的工作队证实,Kariakoo外国人很多,一些违反坦桑尼亚法律,从事商业经营活动的人,他们将不能继续在这个国家非法居住。

“根据这些事实,政府计划开展一个广泛的行动,针对所有商业经营上违反国家法律、法规和规章的外国人。打击将根据国家的法律,公平且透明的执行。我们不会针对特定的个人或民族,而是对在我们国家做非法生意的所有外国人。”他补充说。

坦桑尼亚媒体已经长期关注过外国人在坦非法居住、就业或从事商业活动,很多人说这些人可能来从肯尼亚、印度、巴基斯坦和远东地区,他们无所不售,甚至小到煮花生和人造的假花。

这位部长呼吁广大市民协助政府执行此项打击计划,“提供这些违反坦桑尼亚法律法规的外国人的线索和信息”

“我想重申,坦桑尼亚政府欢迎外国人来我们国家投资,但那些不遵守他们所执居留证以及其它许可的违反相关法规的人,我们是不能容忍的。他们必须停止非法的经营,否则,他们将面临我们法律的严厉制裁”。

这项行动将由便衣警察、移民局官员和工贸部官员联合执行。

Chami部长从去年12月份的时候,就已经声明了,那些不按程序做事的外国商人,你们在被我们驱逐出境之前,要准备好背包走人。

他也给了达累斯萨拉姆的商业登记及发牌机构(BRELA)下了最后通牒。

政府不能坐在一边,置若罔闻市民的呼声,本来可以由坦桑尼亚人做的小生意由外国人来做。这在全世界范围内来讲,都是不可接受的。我们也要求他们重视我们,因为我们真的会让他们以及他们的生意离开我们的国家。

Chami部长说,工贸部和其它政府部门如移动局、劳动和就业部、坦桑尼亚投资中心一起联合调查,目的在于鉴别和“打击非法的肆无忌惮的商人”。

对于外国投资者在坦桑尼亚做生意,其中一个最重要的要求就是,至少投资30万美元,他不认为在Kariakoo卖花生需要那么多的资本。

他补充说,政府是“与友好国家不断协商这一入侵日益严重的问题”,他说那不是仅限于坦桑尼亚。

这位部长还谈到,要把达市这项打击发展成为一个全国性的行动,并指出:“一些外国人来到这个国家,以从事矿业工作的借口,但他们最终还是在Kariakoo做小生意。”

违反主权国家的法律,不按既定的程度,无论和我们多么友好,这都是不能被容忍的”他说,这等同于对我们经济的蓄意破坏。

他指出,打击甚至将适用于坦桑尼亚东非共同体伙伴国家的居民-布隆迪、肯尼亚、卢旺达和乌干达。

 

2011年2月5日  

大年初三     

于坦桑尼亚   

 

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Crackdown on foreigners in petty business starts

By Khalfan Said

5th February 2011EmailPrintComments

Industries, Trade and Marketing minister, Cyril Chami.    

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英文报纸原文如下:

A major crackdown on foreigners doing small businesses across Kariakoo in downtown Dar es Salaam starts today, Industries, Trade and Marketing minister Cyril Chami has announced.

He told a news conference in the city yesterday that some foreigners had complied with the ultimatum given by the government last month and “cleared problems with their residence in Tanzania” but others had defied or ignored the notice.

The government, Industries, Trade and Marketing deputy minister Lazaro Nyalandu, issued a 30-day grace period for foreigners engaged in small business in the areas cited to put their immigration documents in order as a way of legalising their stay.

Minister Chami explained yesterday that a government task force working on the matter had established that Kariakoo abounds in foreign nationals, some breaking the law by engaging in business when they should not and some living in the country illegally.

“On the strength of these facts, the government plans to embark on an extensive operation against foreigners running businesses contrary to the country’s laws, rules and regulations,” he said.

“The crackdown will be executed fairly, transparently and in accordance with the laws of the land. We will not be out to target particular individuals or nationalities, but will descend on all foreigners doing business in our country illegally,” he added.

The Tanzanian media have for long run reports on the suspicious movements of foreigners illegally living, employed or doing business in the country, many said to be have originated from Kenya, India, Pakistan, and the Far East and some engaged in the sale of anything from boiled peanuts to synthetic flowers.

The minister appealed to the public to assist the government in the implementation of the planned crackdown “by furnishing us with vital clues and information on foreigners operating in contravention of the country’s laws and regulations”.

“I would like to reiterate that the government welcomes foreigners to invest in our country, but those not observing the conditions under which they are issued with residence and other permits as well as complying with other relevant regulations will not be tolerated. They should stop doing business illegally, or they will face the full wrath of our laws,” he said.

He added that the exercise would be executed by plain-clothed police, immigration officers and officials from the Industries ministry.

In December last year minister Chami called on foreigners doing business in Tanzania without following procedures to prepare to pack up and leave before being chucked out of the country.

He gave the ultimatum during a familiarisation tour which took him to the Dar es Salaam offices of the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (BRELA) in Dar es Salaam.

“The government cannot sit aside and turn a deaf ear to public outcries about foreigners doing small businesses that can be done by Tanzanians. This is unacceptable worldwide and we are asking them to take us seriously because we will surely flush them and their businesses out,” he declared Dr Chami said his ministry jointly with other government organs such as the Immigration Department, the Labour and Employment ministry and the Tanzania Investment Centre were carrying out thorough investigation aimed at identifying and “descending on illegal aliens and unscrupulous traders”.

“One of the important requirements for a foreigner to do business in the country is that he should have a minimum capital of USD300,000 and I don’t think selling peanuts in Kariakoo needs all that capital,” he noted.

He added that the government was “in constant consultations with friendly countries on this growing problem of invasion”, which he said was not confined to Tanzania.

The minister also talked of the government’s intention to develop the Dar es Salaam crackdown into a nationwide operation, noting:“Some foreigners come into the country on the pretext of working in mines but they end up doing small business in Kariakoo.”

“Violating laid down procedures amounts to breaking the law of the host country and cannot be tolerated no matter how friendly one is,” he said, equating the practice to economic sabotage.

He noted that the crackdown would apply even to residents of Tanzania’s fellow East African Community partner states - Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN

  

 

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