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Earlier this month Tanzania attained lower-middle income status from low income, five years early. Since then, the African Development Bank Group has predicted the country will be registering the highest economic growth in the region for 2020, while some countries are projected to decline into recession due to the crisis. CNBC Africa spoke to Ivan Tarimo, Partner at Bankable Tanzania on the main attributions to Tanzania’s promising outlook.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli yesterday tweets about the country’s World Bank middle income status; the Bank of Tanzania’s monthly review for May shows promise for exports and optimism for a speedy economic recovery post Covid-19. Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
With a generous donation from the private sector and a new total of five recovered COVID-19 cases, it seems Tanzania is making headway in its fight against the virus, but what are the latest measures that have been put in place to curb its spread? How will the government overcome new challenges arising everyday? Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
Tanzania confirmed that the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the country has risen from 6 to 12. The President assured the public that the Government is working hard to fight the spread of the virus, but what measures have been put in place? And how is the market reacting? Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
On the topic of Tanzanian mining, the Arbitration Bill 2020 indicates disputes between three mining companies which were cited over cancelled retention licenses. Despite this there's still quite a bit of exciting activity coming out of the sector. Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
Between a new deal being signed with Canadian company Barrick Gold, speculation about a possible travel ban and this country's shilling losing ground since the beginning of the year, Tanzania's markets seem to be going through the wringer this week. Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
Tanzania's economy saw an active 2019. The country's capital moved from Dar Es Salaam to Dodoma, the Government managed to collect record taxes in Q2 and the President inaugurated a brand new airport terminal. Not everything was on the up and up though, the market did see some hits. Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa to discuss the good, the bad and the future.
Tanzania’s GDP growth has grown by 7.2 per cent year on year in Q2 up from 6.1 in the same period last year. It’s reported that growth in construction, mining and comms sectors are to thank. Analyst and Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa for more.
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