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February 28th, 2012
Land Surveyors: With No Finances We Can`t Build a Viable Industry

Smallness of land surveying firms coupled with irregular cash flow have been mentioned as some of major bottlenecks which the organizations face when it comes to accessing loan facilities from financial institutions. This was revealed recently by Ambogo Ambago, Principal Instructor at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) while speaking about contract conditions for land surveying firms in the country. As a result the industry has been lagging behind, and in some occasions become dormant or unpopular among most of the stakeholders in the construction industry, he said. Read More