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Vol 51 No 7

Published 2nd April 2010


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Blatant corruption could jeopardise substantial aid funds for Tanzania's government. About a third of its 2009/10 budget of 9.51 trillion Tanzanian shillings (US$7.29 billion) comes from cheap loans and grants from governments and multilateral institutions. Given the continuing economic stringencies in the West, many of these contributors are preparing to use concerns about graft to justify aid cuts.

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