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Financial institutions in Tanzania and poverty alleviation
Mwandenga, Adam / 2000


Financial institutions In Tanzania have operated under a competitive financial system between 1961 and 1967. The same Institutions faced a turnaround In 1967 into financial repression. It was a highly regulated and specialized financial system with government intervention in the context of a centrally planned economic system. High inflation and negative real interest rates were common. The system was geared to serve more the public sector at the expense of the private sector. With the onset of economic reforms starting In 1984, the economy's direction began to move away from the tenets of a centrally planned economy towards free-market orientation. In 1991 financial sector reforms became reality.

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