Germany-Tanzania Trade Case Study

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1.1 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
Africa among other continents is identified to be endowed with a large area for markets. United Kingdom, United States, China, Finland and Germany have few things in similar. One of them is that they have paved ways for the establishment of markets in Africa particularly in Tanzania and enhancing profits from it. Meanwhile, Germany performance to the African market is identified to be not very large. Its percentage of Aid in Africa is larger than the percentage in trade and FDI. Actually, in Africa Germany concentrates its market to more than 30 countries in which the leading country is South Africa. The purpose of this research entailed scrutinizing to what extent the Germany-Tanzania trade relation could have impacted the economy and support for the development prospect of Tanzania. Also, analysing the opportunities and risks that were associated with the trade between them. The organisation of research receives a support from Afrika-Verein. This is an organisation established in 1934 with the purpose of connecting Germany and the African countries in terms of business. Also, it is concerned with the performing research, analysis and establishment of a new business plan for African market so as to
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Chapter three covers the case study of Germany-Tanzania trade. In this part will evaluate nature and source of the emergence of trade relations between the countries. It will also summarise about the contribution of Germany FDI in Tanzania. Furthermore, the part will identify the impact of the trade to development of Tanzania and lastly present the findings obtained from the trade between the two countries. Chapter four shall provide policy recommendations towards better performance of trade between them while chapter five will provide a general conclusion of the whole

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