IMF: The fastest growing economies in Africa 2020

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Marehemu Ghadafi alisema, ukiitegemea sana IMF iwe kwa data kama hizi au kwa kukopa pale world bank basi Taifa lako lazima liwe masikini milele... IMF na world bank huwa ni tools za mabeberu kuendelea kuzifanya nchi masikini hasa Africa kuendelea kuwa masikini na tegemezi..

Sramble of Africa inawatisha sana Wazungu wa West na USA, hasa hii speed ya China na Urusi toward Africa na ujeuri walioanzisha Waarabu siku za karibuni.. Wakati huu ni kuwa makini na hizi tools kama IMF, World bank, UN nk ( vingine ni siri tunaogopa kuvisema humu lakini ukweli ulio wazi navyo ni tool ya kuitawala Africa iliyolala).

Leo hii eti uchumi wa Benin,South Sudan, Uganda, Niger na Rwanda unakuwa kuliko Tanzania... Hapa ndio IMF wamejivua nguo kabisa... Anyway labda watuambie tumefikia maturity na tuko level ya Nigeria,SA, Misri, Algeria na Morocco.
 

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According to IMF ni:

1. South Sudan 8.2%,
2. Rwanda 8.1%,
3. Cote d'Ivoire 7.3%,
4. Ethiopia 7.2%,
5. Senegal 6.8%,
6. Benin 6.7%,
7. Uganda 6.2%,
8. Burk.Faso 6%
9. Mozambique 6%
10. Niger 6%
11. Kenya 6%

NCHI YANGU TANZANIA IPO WAPI WAKATI TULIAMBIA UCHUMI WETU UNAKUWA KWA KASI?

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African economies will outperform global growth in 2020 despite a lag from its biggest countries

Last year, Africa had some of world’s fastest-growing economies and 2020 won’t be very different.

A few of the countries on the top 10 list may have changed but the IMF, World Bank and other institutions all expect above global average GDP growth.

The top performers will be South Sudan (8.2%), Rwanda (8.1%) Côte d’Ivoire (7.3%), Ethiopia (7.2%), Senegal (6.8%), Benin (6.7%) and Uganda (6.2%) along with Kenya, Mozambique, Niger and Burkina Faso all expecting 6% growth.

While these countries help push up Africa’s overall average economic growth rate forecast to 3.8% (or 3.6% for Sub Saharan Africa), these averages are weighed down closer to the global average (3.4%) by the two largest economies, Nigeria (2.5%) and South Africa (1.1%).

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Nigeria’s outlook has improved after a strong end to 2019, but most economic watchers believe it needs to grow much faster to pull large chunks of its 200-million strong population out of poverty.

Economic reform has been slower than expected since February 2019’s presidential election. South Africa’s meager growth rates are exacerbated by its ongoing electricity crisis and overall political stasis. Its leaders will likely spend part of the year dreading an inevitable debt downgrade.

Since 2020 is seen as the start of a new decade, Brookings Institution’s annual Foresight Africa report looked at the average economic growth forecasts for the next five years till 2024. This predicts Senegal (8.3%), Rwanda (7.9%), Niger (7.3% ), Uganda (7.2%) and Mozambique (6.9%) as the five fastest growing over that period.

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While these forecasts are promising, most economists and investors are paying more attention to how the reality of climate change will impact their economic prognostications.

Brookings highlights research which shows lowered crop yields, lower labor and agricultural productivity and damage to human health due to climate change will significantly decrease GDP in Africa. Global temperatures rising as much as 3°C by 2100 would have a disproportionate impact on Africa with aggregate GDP potentially dropping by as much as 8.6% after that year.

But on a more hopeful note Brookings analysts say there’s a $16 billion opportunity if African countries fully implement the African Continental Free Tree Agreement (AfCFTA). In the ideal scenario where there’s a 100% liberalization of tariffs across African member states under the agreement, the continent’s aggregate GDP would jump to $3 trillion by 2030 from $2.1 trillion today. In this scenario there would be a 33% increase in intra-African exports and 1.2% increase in employment.

One less optimistic economic highlight from the last few years has been growing concern about Africa’s rising debt and this continues into 2020. Most of the worry has been about eurobond debt with African countries issuing some $26 billion in eurobonds in 2019 more or less equivalent to 2018. Or, put another way, Africa issued more eurobonds in 2018 and 2019 that it did in all the years combined from 2003 to 2016.

While African eurobonds have been great for international investors seeking higher yields away from US treasuries, “the scale of issuance keeps prompting questions about default even though it amounted to just 1% of Africa’s 2019 GDP ($2.4 billion),” writes Charles Robertson of Renaissance Capital.

But of course, Africa is not a country and there will be trouble spots if care is not taken.

Source: Quartz Africa
Watakuambia mabeberu hawaitakii mema Tanzani ndiyo maana hawakuiweka hapo
 

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IMF no genge la wakora,ukiwaabudu wanakutengenezea figure,kifupi hao ni mwamba tu,hawana uhalisia zaidi ya kupika data.
Uchumi wetu tutaupima wenyewe jinsi tutakavyokua tunatekeleza miradi ya maendeleo na utoaji wa huduma za kijamii kwa wananchi na si vinginevyo

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Na tukitaka kwenda kukopa huko IMF,AFDB,WB tutatumia report zetu from NBS sio?

Anyway nimekumbuka siku hizi hatukopi tunatumia pesa zetu za ndani.

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IMF kigezo kikuu Cha kwanza wanachokitumia kupima uchumi kukua ni kukopa pesa Mara nyingi kwao na kuzilipa kwa Wakati .Ukiwa mkopaji mzuri unayekopa Sana na kulipa Sana watakwambia uchumi wako Unakua kwa spidi ya mwewe
Basi tulitakuwa tuwe juu zaidi,maana Tanzania na mzee matonya tofauti yao ni uvaaji wa suti na locations wanazofanyia shughuli zao but matendo yao ni sawa
 

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Watu wanafikiri zile bilioni za wahujumu uchumi zinakuza uchumi

Watu wanafikiri hela zinazopelekwa hazina na taasisi, mashirika na makupuni ambayo serikali ina hisa ndo kukua kwa uchumi

Kuna wanosahahu kwamba hela unapotoa kwenye mizunguko ya kila siku huwezi kuwa na uchumi unaokua

Kuna principles za uchumi usipofuata uchumi utasikia kwa wengine tu
Hizo principles zenu kama hazikuwa developed chato ni batili,principle zetu za kukuza uchumi ni investment kwenye SGR,mabwawa makubwa ya umeme na mabarabara na midege
 

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Mabeberu Mungu anawaona mjue kwanini hamjaorodhesha Tanzania kama kinara wa uchumi si nimesikia mahala wanna sema uchumi wetu umefika 9.2% mabeberu msitupangie kabudi hebu washangae Kwanza na macho yako 😟😤
 

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NbS watamwaga data next month, nasikia uchumi unakua kwa 12%, the highest in history. Haaa
Mabeberu Mungu anawaona mjue kwanini hamjaorodhesha Tanzania kama kinara wa uchumi si nimesikia mahala wanna sema uchumi wetu umefika 9.2% mabeberu msitupangie kabudi hebu washangae Kwanza na macho yako
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