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Tanzania - First Business Environment for Jobs Development Policy Operation Program Project (الإنجليزية)

The development objective of the First Business Environment for Jobs Development Policy Operation (DPO) Program Project for Tanzania is to increase the job creation potential of the Tanzanian private sector by reducing the overall cost of doing business and by creating an enabling environment for selected labor-intensive industries. This first operation is for an amount of United States (U.S.) 80 million dollars equivalent, and has been prepared jointly with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which plans to provide parallel financing. The DPO series is built to support reforms in three policy areas: pillar one - making the regulatory environment (for business registration, licensing, trade, and taxation) more business friendly; pillar two - improving the functioning of factor markets (labor, land, and capital); and pillar three - establishing an enabling environment for competitive, job-creating industries (in particular for agribusiness and tourism). Any strategy to support employment creation by the private sector in Tanzania should be anchored on the need to eliminate or reduce barriers to growth for small and informal businesses, which represent approximately 90 percent of existing operators, and on fostering investments in labor-intensive sectors. The policy reforms supported under the DPO series will help remove critical business environment constraints in Tanzania and are complementary to other sector specific operations.


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  • نوع الوثيقة

    وثيقة البرنامج

  • رقم التقرير


  • مجلد رقم


  • عدد المجلدات


  • البلد


  • المنطقة


  • تاريخ الإفصاح


  • حالة الافصاح


  • اسم الوثيقة

    Tanzania - First Business Environment for Jobs Development Policy Operation Program Project

  • كلمة أساسية

    Finance & Private Sector Development;Oil & Gas;Oil and Gas;Country Policy and Institutional Assessment;International Fund for Agricultural Development;Environmental and Social Risk Rating;Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability;Controller and Auditor General;Public Enterprise Reform and Divestiture;trade and competitiveness;public financial management reform program;current account deficit;improving access to finance;legal and regulatory framework;Macro Economics & Fiscal Management;customary right of occupancy;heavily indebted poor country;flexible exchange rate regime;Savings and Credit Cooperative;quality of credit information;vocational education and training;Cost of Doing Business;customs and trade regulations;Micro and Small Enterprises;fluctuations in exchange rates;Drivers of Economic Growth;business environment;Job Creation;public investment management;factor of production;Exchange rate policies;macroeconomic policy framework;foreign direct investment;language program;competitive private sector;access to infrastructure;balance of payment;exchange rate policy;job creation potential;accumulation of arrears;access to land;business environment constraints;taxes on goods;human settlement development;economies of scale;creating employment opportunity;impact on poverty;social security fund;Thermal Power Generation;oil import bill;domestic revenue collection;rate of inflation;medium-term macroeconomic outlook;national development plan;domestic private sector;fiscal deficit target;total public debt;poor credit history;short-term external debt;private economic activity;poverty reduction effort;Promoting Private Sector;micro finance institution;debt management system;value added tax;summary of risks;classes of road;bank of tanzania;decline in poverty;barriers to growth;Energy and Mining;land information system;decomposition of growth;household budget survey;Poverty & Inequality;Grievance Redress Service;East African Community;Electronic Fund Transfer;environmental management act;debt management capacity;general budget support;world oil price;taxpayer identification number;formal financial service;enhancement of productivity;security of tenure;risk of debt;prudent fiscal policy;Development Policy Operation;domestic revenue mobilization;special economic zone;interest rate target;consumer price index;liquefied natural gas;monetary policy;labor-intensive sectors;labor-intensive industry;debt service;fiscal pressure;rural area;Agriculture;expenditure cut;productivity gain;Labor Market;skill development;fiscal framework;medium enterprise;fiscal consolidation;labor intensity;inclusive growth;fiscal rule;international market;Macroeconomic Stability;reserve money;export performance;financial system;Labor Law;factor market;domestic supplier;Business Registration;debt sustainability;Wage Bill;employment creation;future payment;private consumption;additional revenue;comparative advantage;light manufacturing;Disaster Risk;tourism;

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