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Agribusiness Indicators : Tanzania

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCESS TO FINANCE ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCREDITATION AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL CROPS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AGRICULTURAL LAND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURE SECTOR AGRONOMIC PRACTICES APPLICATION PROCESSES ARABLE LAND AVAILABILITY OF CREDIT AVAILABILITY OF SEED AVERAGE YIELDS BANK BRANCHES BANK CREDIT BANK LENDING BANK OFFICE BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING CARRYING CAPACITY CASH CROPS CEREALS CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CHEMICAL FERTILIZER CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS CLIMATE COFFEE COLLATERAL COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMERCIAL SEED COMMERCIALIZATION COMMODITY CONTRACT FARMING CONTRACT FARMING ARRANGEMENTS COOPERATIVES COST OF CREDIT COTTON CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS CREDIT COOPERATIVE CREDIT COOPERATIVES CREDIT GUARANTEE CREDIT HISTORIES CREDIT SOCIETIES CROP CROP AREA CROP TYPE CROP YIELDS CROPPING CROPPING SEASONS CROWDING OUT DEPOSIT DEPOSITS DEVELOPMENT BANK DEVELOPMENT CENTER DIESEL DRY LAND ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIES OF SCALE ENDOWMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTS EQUITY FINANCING EXCISE DUTY EXPENDITURE EXPORT EARNINGS FAO FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARM HOUSEHOLDS FARM MACHINERY FARM PRODUCE FARMER FARMER ADOPTION FARMER GROUPS FARMERS FARMING PRACTICES FARMS FERTILIZER FERTILIZER APPLICATION FERTILIZER COST FERTILIZER SUBSIDY FERTILIZER TYPE FERTILIZER USE FERTILIZERS FINANCE COST FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FINANCIAL PROVIDERS FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL SERVICES FOOD CRISIS FOOD CROPS FOOD REQUIREMENT FOOD SECURITY FOUNDATION SEED FREIGHT FREIGHT COSTS FUEL FUEL PRICES GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS GOVERNMENT POLICY GRAIN GRAIN MARKET GRAIN MARKETS GRAINS GUARANTEE SCHEME GUARANTEE SCHEMES HECTARES OF LAND HERBICIDES HIGH TRANSPORT HORTICULTURE HYBRID SEED HYBRID SEEDS HYBRIDS IFPRI IMPORT DUTY INCENTIVES FOR AGRICULTURE INPUT PRICES INPUT USE INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INVESTMENT BANK INVESTMENT DECISIONS LABOR FORCE LACK OF ACCESS LACK OF AWARENESS LEGUMES LENDERS LENDING PORTFOLIO LIMITED ACCESS LOAN APPLICATION LOAN GUARANTEE LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAMS MAIZE MAIZE CROP MARINE TRANSPORT MARITIME TRANSPORT MFIS MICRO FINANCE MICRO FINANCE INSTITUTIONS MICROFINANCE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS MOTOR VEHICLES MULTINATIONALS NATURAL RESOURCES NEW MARKET OIL OILSEEDS PADDY PADDY YIELDS PENSION FUNDS PLANT BREEDERS PLANTING PLOWING POLICY ENVIRONMENT POPULATION DENSITY PORT AUTHORITY PORT OF ENTRY POTATOES PRICE VARIATIONS PRIVATE CREDIT PRIVATE INVESTORS PRIVATE SEED SECTOR PRODUCE PRODUCERS PROFITABILITY PUBLIC BANKS PULSES RICE RICE CULTIVATION RISK OF LOSS ROAD ROAD NETWORK ROADS RURAL ACCESS RURAL ROADS SAVINGS SEED SEED % SECTOR SEED CERTIFICATION SEED COMPANIES SEED ENTERPRISES SEED INDUSTRY SEED MULTIPLICATION SEED PRODUCTION SEED REGULATION SEED SECTOR SEED STORAGE SEED SYSTEM SEED TESTING SEED TRADE ASSOCIATION SEED TREATMENT SEED VARIETIES SEEDS SISAL SMALL FARMERS SMALL-SCALE FARMERS SMALLHOLDER SMALLHOLDER FARMERS SMALLHOLDERS SOFT LOAN SOIL HEALTH SOIL TYPE SORGHUM SUNFLOWER SUNFLOWER SEEDS SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAINS SUPPLY OF CREDIT TAX TAX RATES TEA TILLERS TOBACCO TRANSPORT TRANSPORT COSTS TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORT SERVICES TRANSPORTATION TRUCKS URBAN AREAS VARIETY RELEASE VEGETABLES VILLAGES VOUCHER VOUCHERS WAREHOUSE WAREHOUSE RECEIPT WAREHOUSE RECEIPT SYSTEM WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS WAREHOUSES WHEAT
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2017-05-09T19:59:01Z | 2017-05-09T19:59:01Z | 2012-11

Agriculture in Tanzania accounts for 28 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and employs 80 percent of its labor force. The sector is also an important source of export revenues. The data and findings presented in this report provide a summary of the performance of the agriculture sector in Tanzania using a set of indicators covering six areas. These are: 1) access to and availability of certified seed; 2) availability of and access to fertilizer; 3) access to farm machinery, particularly tractor hire services for land preparation; 4) access to agricultural and agro-enterprise finance; 5) the cost and efficiency of transporting agricultural commodities; and 6) measures of policy certainty and uncertainty as perceived by private investors and the effects these have on the enabling environment for producers and agribusinesses. The Agribusiness Indicators (ABI) team conducted interviews with Government agencies, private firms (fertilizer importers, seed companies, tractor importers and distributors, transporters), commercial banks, farmer-based organizations, donors, and Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The ABI program is pilot testing an initial set of indicators on the ease (or difficulty) of operating agribusinesses in African countries. The indicators are used to assess whether the countries have an enabling environment that is conducive to agribusiness investment, competitiveness, and ultimately agriculture-led growth.

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