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Tanganyika - The economy (Inglês)

This report, the Economy of Tanganyika, evaluates its economic standing in 1962, assesses the viability of the country's 1961 - 1964 Development Plan, and recommends steps to maintain the Government's post-independence development effort. Events associated with the independence shook business confidence in the new political situation. Tanganyika is dependent on the contribution of non-Africans who still form a large part of the senior civil service. In mid 1962, one-third of the European civil servants had left or notified their intention to leave; the departure of Europeans may be virtually complete by 1964. The Development Plan consists of a series of related programs designed to strengthen the infrastructure of the country and to increase agricultural production. The report concludes that further external assistance is needed if the Development Plan is to materialize and to prevent economic stagnation.


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    Relatório Econômico ou Setorial Pré-2003

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    Tanganyika - The economy

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