Domestic Debt Management in Africa: The Case of Tanzania book available for download

3 Sep

The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) and the Tanzania Coalition on Debt and Development (TCDD) met Tanzania’s legislators on the 31st of August 2013 to discuss findings of a study conducted by the former on the country’s domestic public debt management. AFRODAD also took the opportunity to promote best practices of borrowing in the form of a charter of principles developed from its experience in lobbying on debt cancellation over the past 17 years.

The research report (Domestic Debt Management in Africa: The Case of Tanzania) reveals that money and capital markets in Tanzania were generally non-existent during the era when the country pursued socialist principles of economic management. However the government launched financial sector reforms aimed at supporting a stable macroeconomic framework in 1991 reversing this approach. This included the development of a national debt strategy in 2002, which was later revised in 2011. The book is available for DOWNLOAD ON THE LINK BELOW
Domestic Debt Management in Africa The Case of Tanzania

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