Tanzania Diagnostic Trade Integration Study

CCSI has been contracted to perform the extractive industries section of the World Bank Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) for Tanzania. The study aims to identify the internal and external trade constraints that hinder the development of the priority sectors and provide policy recommendations on how these obstacles can be overcome. The Government of Tanzania has asked the World Bank to focus the 2016 DTIS on value addition to extractive industries, agriculture and tourism. Within the extractive industries section, the trade constraints along the mining and gas sector value chains are outlined. Recommendations are provided as to how the Government can increase the upstream and downstream value addition to existing and forthcoming extractive industry projects.