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Tanzania Economic Update : Who Wants a Job?

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCESS TO EXTERNAL FINANCE ACCOUNTING ACCUMULATION OF ARREARS ADMINISTRATIVE BARRIERS ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ARREARS BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BANK FINANCING BANK OF TANZANIA BANKRUPTCY BASIC SERVICES BOND BORROWING COSTS BROAD MONEY BUSINESS ACTIVITIES BUSINESS INCUBATOR BUSINESS PEOPLE CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS COLLECTED REVENUES COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMERCIAL BORROWING COMMERCIAL DEBT COMMERCIAL FARMING COMMERCIAL LOANS COMMODITY PRICES CONSOLIDATION CONSUMER GOODS CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CORPORATE INCOME TAX CORRUPTION CREDIT GROWTH CREDIT MARKET CURRENT ACCOUNT CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT DEBT MANAGEMENT DEBT SERVICE DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS DEBT SUSTAINABILITY DEBT-SERVICE DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DISBURSEMENTS DIVERSIFICATION DOMESTIC INVESTMENT DOMESTIC MARKET DOMESTIC SAVINGS DURABLE DURABLE ASSETS DURABLE GOODS EARNINGS ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICY ECONOMIES OF SCALE EDUCATION LEVELS EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENTREPRENEURS EQUIPMENT EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE ADJUSTMENTS EXPLOITATION EXPORT GROWTH EXPORT PERFORMANCE EXTERNAL AID EXTERNAL BALANCE EXTERNAL CAPITAL EXTERNAL FINANCE EXTERNAL SHOCKS FARM ENTERPRISES FARMER FINANCES FINANCIAL CRISES FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL FRAGILITY FINANCIAL MARKET FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FISCAL ADJUSTMENT FISCAL BALANCE FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL FRAMEWORK FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL POLICIES FISCAL POLICY FISCAL RISKS FISCAL TARGET FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FORMAL SOURCES OF CREDIT GOVERNMENT BORROWING GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOUSEHOLDS HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL IMPORT DUTIES INCOME TAX INCOME TAXES INFLATION INFLATION RATE INFLATION RATES INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS INSTRUMENT INTEREST PAYMENTS INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL INTEREST INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL RESERVES INVESTMENT DECISIONS INVESTMENT PROJECTS JOB CREATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES JUDICIAL SYSTEM LABOR MARKET LACK OF ACCESS LACK OF COMPETITION LAWS LENDER LENDER OF LAST RESORT LOAN LOCAL CURRENCY LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOSS OF CONFIDENCE MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS MARKET SHARE MFI MICRO ENTERPRISE MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS MIGRATION MINISTRY OF FINANCE MONETARY FUND MONETARY POLICY NATIONAL DEBT NATIONAL ECONOMY NET PRESENT VALUE NEW BUSINESSES NEW ENTRANTS OIL PRICES PENSION PENSION FUND PENSION FUNDS PENSIONS POVERTY LEVEL POVERTY REDUCTION PRESENT VALUE PRIVATE CAPITAL PRIVATE CAPITAL INFLOWS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR CREDIT PRODUCTIVITY PROFITABILITY PROFITABLE BUSINESSES PROGRAMS PROPERTY RIGHTS PRUDENT FISCAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC AGENCIES PUBLIC DEBT PUBLIC DISCLOSURE PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC INVESTMENTS PUBLIC SECTOR DEFICIT PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PUSH FACTOR RATE OF EXCHANGE REAL INTEREST REAL INTEREST RATES RECEIPTS RECURRENT EXPENDITURE RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REINVESTMENT RESERVE RESERVES RETURNS REVENUE TARGET RISK MITIGATION RISK OF DEBT RULE OF LAW SANITATION SAVINGS SERVICE PROVISION SETTLEMENT SMALL BUSINESS SMALL BUSINESSES SMALL LOANS SOCIAL SECURITY SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS TAX TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX EXEMPTIONS TAX RATE TAX REVENUES TRADE BALANCE TRADING TRANSACTION TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPORT UNCERTAINTY UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN ECONOMIES URBAN GROWTH URBANIZATION VALUE OF EXPORTS VALUE OF IMPORTS WAGES
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Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2014-07-21T17:27:05Z | 2014-07-21T17:27:05Z | 2014-06

This fifth economic update also examines prospects for economic prosperity in the context of rapid urbanization; in particular, how the growth of cities can be harnessed to create productive jobs for a labor force that is expected to double in the next 15 years. By 2030, Dar es Salaam will be a mega city of over 10 million people. As demonstrated by many countries in the world, cities encourage the creation and expansion of businesses by reducing distances between suppliers and customers. Can Dar es Salaam and other Tanzanian urban areas become thriving cities? Can they avoid becoming metropolis slums? Urbanization comes with significant challenges, notably in terms of increased pressure on infrastructure, housing, and service provision. The quality of the business climate in urban Tanzania will need to be improved, as most small and large entrepreneurs suffer from the uncertainty, corruption, and insecurity that characterize the business environment. This economic update argues that these challenges need to be addressed with a sense of urgency.

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