According to a new survey, a majority of Tanzanian traders engaged in exports are facing difficulties complying with trade regulations and procedures locally and abroad. The survey by the International Trade Centre (ITC) on Non-Tariff Measures (NMT) revealed that 72 percent of the exporters in Tanzania were facing these difficulties.
An analyst on trade and market intelligence from ITC, Samidh Shrestha, said 76 percent of agricultural exporters and 57 percent of manufactured goods exporters experience difficulties with NTMs. As reported on thecitizen.co.tz¸ the most affected exporters of agricultural products are those exporting avocado, spices, coffee, tea and general horticultural goods.
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