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Regulatory Capacity Review of Tanzania

ACCOUNTABILITY ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITIES ADMINISTRATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS ADVISORY SERVICES ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES ANTI-CORRUPTION ANTICORRUPTION STRATEGY ATTORNEY GENERAL AUDITOR GENERAL BUREAUCRACY BUSINESS REGULATIONS CABINET MINISTERS CAPITAL FORMATION CAPITAL MARKETS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CITIZENS CIVIL PROCEDURE COMPETITION ACT COMPETITION POLICY COMPETITIVE MARKETS COMPETITORS CONFEDERATION CONSTITUENCIES CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONS CONSULTATION CONSULTATION PROCEDURES CONSULTATIONS CORRUPTION COUNCILS COURT SYSTEM DECENTRALIZATION DECISION-MAKING DECISION-MAKING BODY DECISION-MAKING PROCESS DEMOCRACY DEVELOPED COUNTRIES DISTRICTS DRAFT REGULATIONS ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC COOPERATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC STRATEGY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES ENACTMENT ENFORCEMENT CAPACITIES ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATION ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS EXECUTIVE AGENCIES EXPENDITURES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL VIABILITY FISCAL DEFICIT FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE INDICATORS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT AGENCY GOVERNMENT BORROWING GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT FINANCE GOVERNMENT LEVEL GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES GOVERNMENT POLICY GOVERNMENT POWERS GOVERNMENT SERVICE GOVERNMENT SPENDING GOVERNMENT'S BUDGET HEAD OF STATE HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME TAX INCOME TAX ACT INFORMAL SECTOR INSOLVENCY INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONAL FOUNDATIONS INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS INSTITUTIONALIZATION INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS INVESTMENT CLIMATE JUDICIAL REFORM JUDICIARY JURISDICTIONS LABOR MARKETS LAWYER LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL REFORM LEGAL REGULATION LEGAL REQUIREMENTS LEGAL SERVICES LEGAL STATUS LEGAL SYSTEM LEGISLATION LEGISLATIONS LEGISLATIVE PROCESS LEGISLATIVE SUPREMACY LEGISLATURE LEGITIMACY LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT LOBBYING LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT MINISTER MINISTER OF STATE MINISTERS MINISTERS OF STATE MINISTRIES OF JUSTICE MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL ACCOUNTING NATIONAL POLICIES OPPOSITION PARTIES PARASTATAL REFORM POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY INSTRUMENT POLICY INSTRUMENTS POPULATION GROWTH PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATIZATION OF STATE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC DISCUSSION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC REVENUES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVANTS PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC UTILITIES QUALITY REGULATION REGULATORS REGULATORY AGENDA REGULATORY ALTERNATIVES REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY IMPACT REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS REGULATORY IMPACT ASSESSMENTS REGULATORY INSTRUMENTS REGULATORY MANAGEMENT REGULATORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REGULATORY POLICIES REGULATORY POLICY REGULATORY PROCESS REGULATORY REFORM REGULATORY REFORM INITIATIVES REGULATORY REFORMS REGULATORY REGIME REGULATORY REGIMES REGULATORY SYSTEM REPRESENTATIVES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE MOBILIZATION REVENUE COLLECTION SECURITIES SOCIALISM STANDING COMMITTEES STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX ARREARS TAX COLLECTION TAX COMPLIANCE TAX LAWS TAX POLICY TAX RATES TAX REFORM TAX REVENUE TAX REVENUES TAXATION TAXPAYERS TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP TOWNSHIPS TRANSPARENCY
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Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2017-08-15T20:03:24Z | 2017-08-15T20:03:24Z | 2010

Regulatory reform has emerged as an important policy area in developing countries. For reforms to be beneficial, regulatory regimes need to be transparent, coherent, and comprehensive. They must establish appropriate institutional frameworks and liberalized business regulations; enforce competition policy and law; and open external and internal markets to trade and investment. This report analyses the institutional set-up and use of regulatory policy instruments in Tanzania. It is one of five reports prepared on countries in East and Southern Africa (the others are on Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Zambia), and represents an attempt to apply assessment tools and the framework developed by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in its work on regulatory capacity and performance to developing countries.

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