ENHANCING TANZANIA’S COMPETITIVENESS AND EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION IN HORTICULTURE
30 June 2023
The Targeted support to strengthen capacity of policymakers, exporters, and trade associations to assess and review trade and related economic policies to promote trade competitiveness and diversification for widening trading opportunities with the EU project contributes to sustainable economic development and poverty alleviation through closer regional integration and increased participation in t. [...] - 11 1.3.4 Central Export Corridor The Central Export Corridor connects the Port of Dar es Salaam by road, rail and inland waterways to Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and all of central and north-western Tanzania itself. [...] The TFRA is responsible for the regulation of fertiliser by: (i) monitoring the quality of domestically produced and imported fertiliser; (ii) regulating the importation, production, storage, distribution, sale and disposal of fertiliser; (iii) register and issue licences to fertiliser dealers and register their premises; (iv) issue import and export permits; (v) maintain a register of all approve. [...] Accordingly, Tanzania has invested in TBS and TFDA and related agencies towards enhancing the quality of agricultural food and exports and collaborating with the law enforcement agencies to govern quality enforcement regulations and controlling for unauthorised practices at all (including production and marketing) levels and reporting the results to the appropriate organisations. [...] Horticulture has yet to respond competitively to global production and market changes characterized by lowering of the costs of ICTs, fragmentation of production, trade liberalization and erosion of trade preferences, increasing concentration of lead firms (buyers and traders) in the end markets, and increasing mechanization and use of inputs (improved varieties and fertilizers) to increase produc.