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Tanzania’s economic performance and rising issues on budget 2018/19

Tanzania’s economic performance and rising issues on budget 2018/19

The performance of Tanzania’s economy in the past five years (2012-2016) has remained buoyant with real GDP growing at an annual average rate of 6.7%.

Making Sense of Economic Growth in Africa: The Case of Tanzania

Making Sense of Economic Growth in Africa: The Case of Tanzania

Economic growth has been a subject of public interest and discourse in a number of countries and contexts.

Tanzania’s agricultural sector decline impedes quality of growth of the economy

Tanzania’s agricultural sector decline impedes quality of growth of the economy

Recent macroeconomic trends in Tanzania show a sustained GDP growth rate averaging 7% per annum over the past one and a half decades.

Growth Expected to be Moderate but Several Problems Continue to Linger

Growth Expected to be Moderate but Several Problems Continue to Linger

Tanzania’s economy grew around 7.1 percent last year, beating the government’s own revised forecast, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said.

‘A certain president Magufuli’ – Part II

‘A certain president Magufuli’ – Part II

It has been about five months since I first wrote about President Magufuli. Even as I sang his praises in my previous article, I still wondered what his chances for success were.

Are you saying there is Economic Growth in Tanzania? Show me the Money?

Are you saying there is Economic Growth in Tanzania? Show me the Money?

Tanzania has consistently recorded some impressive economic growth over the past two decades. In fact, the Gross Domestic

‘A certain president Magufuli’

‘A certain president Magufuli’

Africa’s natural resources have been the bedrock of the continent’s economy and continue to represent a significant development opportunity for her people.

The Supreme Court has adjourned its ruling on the suit challenging the government’s decision to sign the controversial Ghana-US military cooperation agreement.

The ruling which was expected to be heard on Wednesday, April 21, 2020, was adjourned by the Chief Justice, Anin Yeboah who served as the presiding judge over the case.

According to him, the deci...

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