Tanzania
Tanzania is largely dependent on agriculture for employment, accounting for about half of the employed workforce. This strong dependence on agriculture, makes Tanzania's economy highly vulnerable to weather shocks and fluctuating commodity prices. The Country's natural resources are hydropower, tin, phosphates, iron ore, coal, diamonds, gemstones, gold, natural gas, and nickel. Industry and construction are growing components of the Tanzanian economy (second to agricultural), contributing 20-25% of GDP

Descreptive Data

Unemployment, %
Ages 15-24 Population Ratio, %69.377
Population Over 65, %3.3
Net Migration Rate-199999
EIU Country Risk Score47
Fitch Sovereign Rating
S&P Sovereign Rating
Moody's Sovereign Rating
Big Mac Index

Economic Data

2015201620172018
Ability to Pay
Budget Surplus/def (%GDP)
Currency Reserves ex Gold (BLN USD)4.1
GDP per Capita (USD)95798010341090
GDP Value (BLN USD)464752
Real GDP YOY%6.8%6.6%6.8%
Reserves 1Y Chg (%)-7.2%
Total External Debt (%GDP)35%34%38%
Total External Debt (BLN USD)161620
Inflation (Risk)
CPI (yoy %)5.6%5.2%5.3%3.8%
Trade Balance
Current Account (% of GDP)-9%-4.2%
Exports (BLN USD)55.35.6
Imports (BLN USD)157.95.7
Unemployment Rate
Unemployment (%)

Financial Data

2015201620172018
Credit Market (Risk)
10Y Bond Spread (10Y UST)
5Y CDS
Equity & Banking Sector (Risk)
1Y Price Change (%) (DARSDSEI Index)-7.4%-5.8%9%-15%
EIU Banking Risk545250
Foreign Exchange (Risk)
3 Month Deposit (%)11%
FX Vol - 3M Implied Vol
Historical 3M Volatility
Real Effective Exchange Rate
Real Rates (%)4.7%

Political Risk

2015201620172018
Political Risk Exposure
EIU Political Risk565454
Risk From Doing Business
Ease of Doing Business Rank140144132137
Starting a Business Rank122127135162
Risk From Government
WGI Control Of Corruption-0.7-0.5-0.5
WGI Govt Effectiveness-0.6-0.6-0.6
WGI Regulatory Quality-0.4-0.4-0.6
WGI Rule Of Law-0.4-0.4-0.5
Deviation of Tanzania's risk relative to Geo Peers
-100 = min risk100 = max risk,
Less RiskPeer AverageMore Risk