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Tanzania: near-term struggles, long-term outlook brighter

Unfavourable shifts in commodity prices, the effects of drought and a slow rebound in the tourism sector will hold back Tanzania’s economy over the next couple of years. But while the near-term outlook is weaker than most think, President Hassan’s reversal of her predecessor’s anti-business policies bodes well for the country’s longer-term outlook. India Drop-In (8th June, 10:00 ET/15:00 BST): We’ll be discussing India’s growth, inflation and policy outlook in the wake of the RBI’s June meeting, including what to do about the rupee. Register now.

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