Political Economy Summary
|Capital||Dar es Salaam|
|Independence||9 December 1961|
|Head of State & Govt||H.E. John Pombe Magufuli|
|Prime Minister||P.M. Kassim Majaliwa Majaliwa|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Palamagamba John Aidan Mwaluko Kabudi|
|Minister of Finance||Philip Mpango|
|Central Bank Govenor||Florens Luoga|
|Next National Elections Date||October 2020|
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Tanzania’s real GDP growth is projected to have declined slightly from the annual average of 6.3% from 2015/16 to 2017/18, to 6.2% in 2018/19. In ...
The United Republic of Tanzania is among the most peaceful and politically stable countries in the Great Lakes region, with only a few incidents of ...
Approximately 70 percent of Tanzanians rely on land and agricultural related activities . Agriculture forms the backbone of the economy contributing close to a third ...
Tanzania’s economic growth has been robust and amongst the highest in the region at an annual average rate of 6.8% from 2010-2015, which continued to ...
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