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Faced with dwindling liquidity levels, commercial banks have asked manufacturers to reduce their loan requirements and align their operations with the prevailing conditions, The Citizen has learnt.

Members of the Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) have been duly notified of commercial banks’ appeal to them to reduce their loan applications as the latter are facing liquidity challenges that make it difficult for the sector to satisfy manufacturers’ requirements.

“I don’t have the actual number of commercial banks that have pleaded with our members directly or with us as manufacturers’ apex body, but I can tell you is that they (commercial banks) have written to us about the situation and the need for our members to reduce the amount of loans they seek,” CTI chairman Samuel Nyantahe told The Citizen by telephone yesterday.

CTI vice chairman Jayesh Shah echoed similar sentiments.

Speaking to The Citizen by telephone from Nairobi, Mr Shah said on Tuesday that some commercial banks that face liquidity challenges have asked CTI members to reduce the size of credit they usually ask for.

CTI has about 450 members countrywide who engage in different manufacturing activities.

“Of course, I know that some banks are having liquidity challenges and they have asked us to reduce the amount of loans that we ask from them so they can be able to align their operations to the new realties,” Mr Shah told The Citizen.

With reduced credit, manufacturers are now being forced to either reduce production levels or find alternative sources of financing their operations, thus jeopardising implementation of the country’s industrialisation drive as envisioned in the Tanzania Second Five Year Development Plan (FYDP II).

This comes at a time when the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) is convening a two-day Conference of Financial Institutions starting today to discuss the financial sector and the economy as a whole.

Basically, the 36-year-old Conference of Financial Institutions is held biennially nut this year’s event comes at a time when BoT’s own reports that commercial banks’ credit to the private sector rose by a minimal Sh1.744 trillion during the year ending September 2016, lower that an increase of Sh2.936 trillion that was registered during the year ending September 2015.

The BoT’s Monthly Economic Review for October 2016 indicate that commercial banks’ credit to the manufacturing sector – which is at the epicentre of the industrialisation drive as envisioned in the FYDP II – is one of the few sectors that have been highly affected by commercial banks’ ‘wait-and-see lending approach’ as they (banks) seek to align their operations with the prevailing economic situation amid a tight liquidity stance.

The sector - which is only second to tourism in terms of contribution to Tanzania’s foreign exchange earnings – saw the rate of growth of credit to it going down to -7.9 per cent from 20.7 per cent that was recorded during the year ending September 2015.

Similarly, the rate of credit growth to Agriculture – which employs the highest number of Tanzania’s working age population – also fell to -8.7 per cent from 15.4 per cent that was recorded during the preceding year.

Tanzania seeks to become a middle income country by the year 2025, banking the hopes on industrialisation to be driven by the FYDP II which is to be implemented between financial years 2016/2017 to 2020/2021. The FYDP II requires a total of Sh107 trillion out of which the government will be required to collect Sh59 trillion, signalling that the remaining amount will have to come from the private sector and development partners.

Against this background, BoT said in a statement on Monday that its two-day Conference of Financial Institutions which starts in Arusha today will be graced by the Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango.

“The Conference of Financial Institutions is a forum created in 1980 under the auspices of the Bank of Tanzania for exchanging views and experiences on issues pertaining to the financial sector and the economy in general. The Conference is held biennially and brings together heads of financial institutions and other stakeholders,” reads the statement from the BoT’s Public Relations and Protocol Department.

Under the theme Harnessing Tanzania’s Geographical Advantage: The Role of the Financial Sector, BoT and heads of financial institutions will discuss eight topics including the challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania and the pursuit of a manufacturing-based export-Led growth in the country. Other topic, lined up for deliberations include: Financial Development in Tanzania against the Challenges for Industrial Development and Job Creation; The Challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania: A Comparative Perspective and the on Leveraging Transit Trade for Tanzania. Participants will also deliberate on the Accelerating Corridor Development for Rapid Economic Growth; Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: The Role of Technology and Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: Experience, Lessons and Way Forward.

Apart from a decision by the government to transfer up to Sh600 billion - held in commercial banks by ministries, public corporations and local government authorities – to the BoT thereby adversely affecting the liquidity positions, the level of loan defaults is also high in the market, forcing financial institutions to devise their business strategies.

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Faced with dwindling liquidity levels, commercial banks have asked manufacturers to reduce their loan requirements and align their operations with the prevailing conditions, The Citizen has learnt.

Members of the Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) have been duly notified of commercial banks’ appeal to them to reduce their loan applications as the latter are facing liquidity challenges that make it difficult for the sector to satisfy manufacturers’ requirements.

“I don’t have the actual number of commercial banks that have pleaded with our members directly or with us as manufacturers’ apex body, but I can tell you is that they (commercial banks) have written to us about the situation and the need for our members to reduce the amount of loans they seek,” CTI chairman Samuel Nyantahe told The Citizen by telephone yesterday.

CTI vice chairman Jayesh Shah echoed similar sentiments.

Speaking to The Citizen by telephone from Nairobi, Mr Shah said on Tuesday that some commercial banks that face liquidity challenges have asked CTI members to reduce the size of credit they usually ask for.

CTI has about 450 members countrywide who engage in different manufacturing activities.

“Of course, I know that some banks are having liquidity challenges and they have asked us to reduce the amount of loans that we ask from them so they can be able to align their operations to the new realties,” Mr Shah told The Citizen.

With reduced credit, manufacturers are now being forced to either reduce production levels or find alternative sources of financing their operations, thus jeopardising implementation of the country’s industrialisation drive as envisioned in the Tanzania Second Five Year Development Plan (FYDP II).

This comes at a time when the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) is convening a two-day Conference of Financial Institutions starting today to discuss the financial sector and the economy as a whole.

Basically, the 36-year-old Conference of Financial Institutions is held biennially nut this year’s event comes at a time when BoT’s own reports that commercial banks’ credit to the private sector rose by a minimal Sh1.744 trillion during the year ending September 2016, lower that an increase of Sh2.936 trillion that was registered during the year ending September 2015.

The BoT’s Monthly Economic Review for October 2016 indicate that commercial banks’ credit to the manufacturing sector – which is at the epicentre of the industrialisation drive as envisioned in the FYDP II – is one of the few sectors that have been highly affected by commercial banks’ ‘wait-and-see lending approach’ as they (banks) seek to align their operations with the prevailing economic situation amid a tight liquidity stance.

The sector - which is only second to tourism in terms of contribution to Tanzania’s foreign exchange earnings – saw the rate of growth of credit to it going down to -7.9 per cent from 20.7 per cent that was recorded during the year ending September 2015.

Similarly, the rate of credit growth to Agriculture – which employs the highest number of Tanzania’s working age population – also fell to -8.7 per cent from 15.4 per cent that was recorded during the preceding year.

Tanzania seeks to become a middle income country by the year 2025, banking the hopes on industrialisation to be driven by the FYDP II which is to be implemented between financial years 2016/2017 to 2020/2021. The FYDP II requires a total of Sh107 trillion out of which the government will be required to collect Sh59 trillion, signalling that the remaining amount will have to come from the private sector and development partners.

Against this background, BoT said in a statement on Monday that its two-day Conference of Financial Institutions which starts in Arusha today will be graced by the Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango.

“The Conference of Financial Institutions is a forum created in 1980 under the auspices of the Bank of Tanzania for exchanging views and experiences on issues pertaining to the financial sector and the economy in general. The Conference is held biennially and brings together heads of financial institutions and other stakeholders,” reads the statement from the BoT’s Public Relations and Protocol Department.

Under the theme Harnessing Tanzania’s Geographical Advantage: The Role of the Financial Sector, BoT and heads of financial institutions will discuss eight topics including the challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania and the pursuit of a manufacturing-based export-Led growth in the country. Other topic, lined up for deliberations include: Financial Development in Tanzania against the Challenges for Industrial Development and Job Creation; The Challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania: A Comparative Perspective and the on Leveraging Transit Trade for Tanzania. Participants will also deliberate on the Accelerating Corridor Development for Rapid Economic Growth; Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: The Role of Technology and Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: Experience, Lessons and Way Forward.

Apart from a decision by the government to transfer up to Sh600 billion - held in commercial banks by ministries, public corporations and local government authorities – to the BoT thereby adversely affecting the liquidity positions, the level of loan defaults is also high in the market, forcing financial institutions to devise their business strategies.

Chanzo:The citizen
Namba itasomeka sasa,mwanaccm wa ukweli ni jaji warioba aliyewasiliasha maoni ya wananchi kuwa JPM apunguziwe madaraka,leo JPM anasimama majukwaani na kutangaza kuwa hela zote za serikali ziende BOT,hii ni kauli ya kibabe na kulipa kisasi,hata hakujadiliana na mabenki na wanauchumi kuhusu athari ambazo zinaweza kujitokeza,kajiamulia mwenyewe,ikumbukwe kuwa BOT haikopeshi MTU mmoja mmoja,wala viwanda ,kwa maana uamuzi huu ulilenga kuhujumu uchumi kwa viwanda na watu binafsi kwa kuzipunguzia benki uwezo wa kuhudumia sekta binafsi,hivi viwanda anavyovitaka JPM vitajengwa na akina nani?,labla aombe malaika washuke waje wavijenge au amwombe mwana mfalme wa morocco,JPM atafanikiwa kuleta nidhamu kazini lakini uchumi hatafanikiwa
 
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anguko la sekta ya benki lina athari mtawanyiko

sasa viwanda vinakosa pesa za kuendesha shughuli,vitapunguza uzalishaji(kodi itapungua)'

vinaweza kupunguza wafanyakazi (athari kwa familia na kodi ya mapato,PAYE)

kama kiwanda kinategemea mazao ya wakulima,wakulima watakosa soko la mazao,serikali itakosa kodi pia.

sekta ya benki itakosa faida kwa njia ya riba

bidhaa zinaweza kupanda bei na,au kuadimika.

wanaouzia viwanda huduma kukosa biashara,mfano mafuta ya kuendesha mitambo,umeme,maji

na mengine meengi yatakayomgusa mpaka mama ntilie
 
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Waturuhusu tukakope huko huko BOT...hivi na mimi naweza kuhamishia kamshahara kangu nikawa nakapokelea kwenye akaunti yangu iliyopo BOT maana hizi benki naona kama zinaelekea kufa:p
hahahaaa.

wataalamu wa uchumi wapite kwenye mtandao wa benki kuu watuchotee hiyo taarifa ya hali ya nchi kiuchumi.

naona sizonje uchumi unamchambua kama karanga
 
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Tumieni Akili basi,

Kwani Bank zilianzishwa ili zitegemee pesa za Serikali kufanyia shughuli zake?

Yaan uanzishe Bank yako halafu utegemee Taasisi za Serikali zi-deposit fedha zake kwenye account ya Bank yako halafu wewe uzitumie hizo hizo pesa kukopesha hata serikali yenyewe! hii haikubaliki.

Bank zijifunze baada ya huu mpito kupita, wasiwe wanategemea kufanya biashara kwa fedha za serikali...
Kuna kiwango cha pesa za kuanzisha Bank, na kiwango cha pesa za kuweka kama dhamana katika Bank kuu ili kulinda amana za wateja, sasa kwa nini Bank ziyumbe? hii ina maana kuwa Bank zilikopesha sana makampuni na taasisi mbalimbali na viwanda mpaka ile mitaji yao ikapungua to the maximum na madeni walikuwa hawakusanyi kabisa, sasa JPM kawabana.
 
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Faced with dwindling liquidity levels, commercial banks have asked manufacturers to reduce their loan requirements and align their operations with the prevailing conditions, The Citizen has learnt.

Members of the Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) have been duly notified of commercial banks’ appeal to them to reduce their loan applications as the latter are facing liquidity challenges that make it difficult for the sector to satisfy manufacturers’ requirements.

“I don’t have the actual number of commercial banks that have pleaded with our members directly or with us as manufacturers’ apex body, but I can tell you is that they (commercial banks) have written to us about the situation and the need for our members to reduce the amount of loans they seek,” CTI chairman Samuel Nyantahe told The Citizen by telephone yesterday.

CTI vice chairman Jayesh Shah echoed similar sentiments.

Speaking to The Citizen by telephone from Nairobi, Mr Shah said on Tuesday that some commercial banks that face liquidity challenges have asked CTI members to reduce the size of credit they usually ask for.

CTI has about 450 members countrywide who engage in different manufacturing activities.

“Of course, I know that some banks are having liquidity challenges and they have asked us to reduce the amount of loans that we ask from them so they can be able to align their operations to the new realties,” Mr Shah told The Citizen.

With reduced credit, manufacturers are now being forced to either reduce production levels or find alternative sources of financing their operations, thus jeopardising implementation of the country’s industrialisation drive as envisioned in the Tanzania Second Five Year Development Plan (FYDP II).

This comes at a time when the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) is convening a two-day Conference of Financial Institutions starting today to discuss the financial sector and the economy as a whole.

Basically, the 36-year-old Conference of Financial Institutions is held biennially nut this year’s event comes at a time when BoT’s own reports that commercial banks’ credit to the private sector rose by a minimal Sh1.744 trillion during the year ending September 2016, lower that an increase of Sh2.936 trillion that was registered during the year ending September 2015.

The BoT’s Monthly Economic Review for October 2016 indicate that commercial banks’ credit to the manufacturing sector – which is at the epicentre of the industrialisation drive as envisioned in the FYDP II – is one of the few sectors that have been highly affected by commercial banks’ ‘wait-and-see lending approach’ as they (banks) seek to align their operations with the prevailing economic situation amid a tight liquidity stance.

The sector - which is only second to tourism in terms of contribution to Tanzania’s foreign exchange earnings – saw the rate of growth of credit to it going down to -7.9 per cent from 20.7 per cent that was recorded during the year ending September 2015.

Similarly, the rate of credit growth to Agriculture – which employs the highest number of Tanzania’s working age population – also fell to -8.7 per cent from 15.4 per cent that was recorded during the preceding year.

Tanzania seeks to become a middle income country by the year 2025, banking the hopes on industrialisation to be driven by the FYDP II which is to be implemented between financial years 2016/2017 to 2020/2021. The FYDP II requires a total of Sh107 trillion out of which the government will be required to collect Sh59 trillion, signalling that the remaining amount will have to come from the private sector and development partners.

Against this background, BoT said in a statement on Monday that its two-day Conference of Financial Institutions which starts in Arusha today will be graced by the Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango.

“The Conference of Financial Institutions is a forum created in 1980 under the auspices of the Bank of Tanzania for exchanging views and experiences on issues pertaining to the financial sector and the economy in general. The Conference is held biennially and brings together heads of financial institutions and other stakeholders,” reads the statement from the BoT’s Public Relations and Protocol Department.

Under the theme Harnessing Tanzania’s Geographical Advantage: The Role of the Financial Sector, BoT and heads of financial institutions will discuss eight topics including the challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania and the pursuit of a manufacturing-based export-Led growth in the country. Other topic, lined up for deliberations include: Financial Development in Tanzania against the Challenges for Industrial Development and Job Creation; The Challenges of Industrialisation in Tanzania: A Comparative Perspective and the on Leveraging Transit Trade for Tanzania. Participants will also deliberate on the Accelerating Corridor Development for Rapid Economic Growth; Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: The Role of Technology and Extending Tanzania’s Financial Frontiers: Experience, Lessons and Way Forward.

Apart from a decision by the government to transfer up to Sh600 billion - held in commercial banks by ministries, public corporations and local government authorities – to the BoT thereby adversely affecting the liquidity positions, the level of loan defaults is also high in the market, forcing financial institutions to devise their business strategies.

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Kama mtu alijua anakomoa mabenki,basi ajue alikuwa anajihujumu mwenyewe na sera zake na ajiandae kupokea matokeo yake.
Economic recession economic depression
 
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benki inasema haina hela ya kukopesha matajiri wakubwa wenye viwanda,dhamana ya mali isiyohamishika ya uhakika kabisa,sasa mwenzangu na mimi mwenye kijumba cha skwata watakupokea kweli? Huaminiki na kijibiashara chako cha wasiwasi sijui grosari.

Hao majamaa wa viwanda ni wateja muhimu kwa mabenki na hata mabilioni yao wanayatunza huko

wewe wa tandale ukipanga foleni na mengi au bakhresa kwenye mkopo,afisa mkopo hata hatakuangalia usoni
 
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Tumieni Akili basi,

Kwani Bank zilianzishwa ili zitegemee pesa za Serikali kufanyia shughuli zake?

Yaan uanzishe Bank yako halafu utegemee Taasisi za Serikali zi-deposit fedha zake kwenye account ya Bank yako halafu wewe uzitumie hizo hizo pesa kukopesha hata serikali yenyewe! hii haikubaliki.

Bank zijifunze baada ya huu mpito kupita, wasiwe wanategemea kufanya biashara kwa fedha za serikali...
Kuna kiwango cha pesa za kuanzisha Bank, na kiwango cha pesa za kuweka kama dhamana katika Bank kuu ili kulinda amana za wateja, sasa kwa nini Bank ziyumbe? hii ina maana kuwa Bank zilikopesha sana makampuni na taasisi mbalimbali na viwanda mpaka ile mitaji yao ikapungua to the maximum na madeni walikuwa hawakusanyi kabisa, sasa JPM kawabana.
una aidia kidogo ya masuala ya benki?

ukiweka fixed deposit kwenye benki,benki huwa wanaitumia au laa kukopesha?

lengo la serikali kupigia debe wananchi wasiweke pesa kwenye vibubu ni ili pesa hiyo iende benki ikazunguke.

sasa serikali nayo imeweka pesa kwenye kibubu(benki kuu)

kwani serikali ikiulizia statement ya account zake huwa inakuta pesa pungufu kwamba zimekopeshwa?

hata wewe kaweke milioni 500,benki itakopesha,na ukiangalia salio lako unalikuta vilevile,vitabu vimebalansi.
 
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Namba itasomeka sasa,mwanaccm wa ukweli ni jaji warioba aliyewasiliasha maoni ya wananchi kuwa JPM apunguziwe madaraka,leo JPM anasimama majukwaani na kutangaza kuwa hela zote za serikali ziende BOT,hii ni kauli ya kibabe na kulipa kisasi,hata hakujadiliana na mabenki na wanauchumi kuhusu athari ambazo zinaweza kujitokeza,kajiamulia mwenyewe,ikumbukwe kuwa BOT haikopeshi MTU mmoja mmoja,wala viwanda ,kwa maana uamuzi huu ulilenga kuhujumu uchumi kwa viwanda na watu binafsi kwa kuzipunguzia benki uwezo wa kuhudumia sekta binafsi,hivi viwanda anavyovitaka JPM vitajengwa na akina nani?,labla aombe malaika washuke waje wavijenge au amwombe mwana mfalme wa morocco,JPM atafanikiwa kuleta nidhamu kazini lakini uchumi hatafanikiwa
Kuna mtu mungu kamnyima maarifa ili yeye na chama waanguke.Kapewa moyo mgumu kama ule wa Farao ili mpango wa mungu wa kumtumia yeye kukiangusha chama chake na yeye mwenyewe utimie.

Kwa kifupi bwana huyu hajui alitendalo na atakuja kushituka when it is already too late.
 
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Serikali inasisitiza na kuhamisisisha wananchi wote wahifadhi pesa benki ili hela iingie kwenye mzunguuko wa kiuchumi wakati yenyewe imefungia hela zake BOT, kama sababu ni Serikali kuepuka kujikopesha hela zake kutoka kwenye mabenki za kibiashara basi iziweke kwenye fixed deposit za mabenki ya kibiashara kwa faida, na iache kukopa kwenye mabenki ya biashara badala yake ikope kwenye mabenki na taasisi za kifedha za nje ya nchi, na iache kuuza bonds, tresurery bills, n.k. kwa benki za kibiashara za ndani ya nchi
 
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Serikali inasisitiza na kuhamisisisha wananchi wote wahifadhi pesa benki ili hela iingie kwenye mzunguuko wa kiuchumi wakati yenyewe imefungia hela zake BOT, kama sababu ni Serikali kuepuka kujikopesha hela zake kutoka kwenye mabenki za kibiashara basi iziweke kwenye fixed deposit za mabenki ya kibiashara kwa faida, na iache kukopa kwenye mabenki ya biashara badala yake ikope kwenye mabenki na taasisi za kifedha za nje ya nchi, na iache kuuza bonds, tresurery bills, n.k. kwa benki za kibiashara za ndani ya nchi
Iko siku watakuja kujutia huu uamuzi wao.
 
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Alafu kuna watu wanaenda kumpongeza fulani huku wengine eti wakitamani awe wao!!
Sasa kuna tatizo gani serikali kuhifadhi pesa yake.Niambie ni nchi gani serikali inaweka pesa zake katika benki za biashara.
Kwa Magufuli wote waliozoea vya kunyonga lazima walambe mchanga.
Hizo benki Warekebishe tu cash flows zao ikibidi hata kukopa benki za nje
 
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Sasa kuna tatizo gani serikali kuhifadhi pesa yake.Niambie ni nchi gani serikali inaweka pesa zake katika benki za biashara.
Kwa Magufuli wote waliozoea vya kunyonga lazima walambe mchanga.
Hizo benki Warekebishe tu cash flows zao ikibidi hata kukopa benki za nje
Iga Tembo upasuke msamba!
 
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kama mabilionea wa taifa wanaomiliki viwanda wanasaka mikopo benki wanakosa,nani alimwambia mkuu kwamba kuna watu wameficha hela?

Hawa matajiri kweli wanaweza kuua kiwanda kisa tu wameamua kuficha hela?

wanaoweza kuficha hela mpaka serikali ikatikisika ni akina nani hao?
serikali ilipoondoa pesa kwenye mzunguko na kuzipeleka benki kuu ambako hazitumiki kwa faida ya nchi,si haina tofauti na gabacholi kuondoa trilioni zake benki na kupeleka nyumbani ambako hazitazaa riba wala kuwa na faida kiuchumi?
 

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