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Tanzania the path to prosperity

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  • A forward-looking volume focused on emerging issues in Tanzania
  • Examines the economic policy options facing policymakers
  • Written in a non-technical manner by leading scholars in the field
  • Addresses key challenges in agriculture, trade, urbanization, employment, finance, and natural investment
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