International Reserves in Tanzania
Tanzania - International ReservesThe economy should have accelerated so far this year, as surging private-sector credit growth in January–April likely aided demand. Focusing on H2, a nearly 25% increase in the minimum wage, strong foreign investment inflows, a fuel subsidy package and the recently-announced expansionary FY 2023 budget will further aid momentum. In the budget, the government expects to more than double spending on agriculture relative to FY 2022, with extra support for irrigation projects, fertilizer, and livestock and fishery schemes. Overall government spending is set to rise roughly 9% year on year. In early June, the IMF announced a staff-level agreement on a USD 1.1 billion extended credit facility, which aims to boost social spending, increase fiscal revenue and advance structural reforms. The agreement must now be approved by the Fund’s Executive Board.
Tanzania - International Reserves Data
|International Reserves (USD)||4.1||4.3||5.9||5.0||5.6|
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Tanzania International Reserves Chart
Source: Bank of Tanzania
|Bond Yield||14.73||0.0 %||Dec 31|
|Exchange Rate||2,300||0.0 %||Jan 01|
|Stock Market||1.2||0.0 %||Jan 06|
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