Tanzania is advancing towards the top and it seems nothing can stop it. The nation’s central bank (BoT) report, Economic Bulletin for the Quarter ending March 2021, showcased how the country is navigating through different sections of the economy, including its stringent monetary policies, public finance, financial market developments and external sector (imports and exports).
The bank highlighted that the economy is projected to grow by 5.7 per cent this year, propelled by public investment and normalization of global trade and investment.
At the moment Tanzania is proving to be courting investment, by adjusting its investment climate, setting the right tone to attract investors and forging strong partnerships—Kenya and Tanzania’s recent business agreement and the profitable East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) between Tanzania and Uganda evidence how serious is Tanzania about business.
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