has become the latest African country to report that the size of its economy is
bigger than previously estimated, following a statistical revision of its Gross
Domestic Product (GDP) from 2001 to 2007 constant prices.
East African country joins neighbours Kenya
and Uganda in their recent upward revisions. Official figures, released on 19th
December 2014, put Tanzania's GDP for 2013 at 69.9 trillion Tanzanian shillings
31.4% higher than the previous estimate of 53.2 trillion shillings (See Figure
1 and Table 1). This is the highest revision leading the East African group,
followed by Kenya (which rose 25% at the end of September 2014) and Uganda (13%
at the beginning of December 2014).
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