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Tanzania - Economic development and prospects (Vol. 3) : Volume III (English)

Outlines Tanzania's socialist development policies and objectives; presents a summary review of selected sectors of the economy and of progress made in the first two years of the Second Plan (1969-74) and with achieving the government's declared socio-economic goals; attempts to sketch the country's economic prospects for the rest of the Plan period and up to the end of the decade. Detailed sectoral studies are presented in vols. 2-4 of the report.


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    Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report

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    Volume III

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Tanzania - Economic development and prospects (Vol. 3) : Volume III (English). Eastern Africa series ; no. AE 26 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.