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ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF FDI IN THE MINING SECTOR TO TANZANIA'S EXPORT CAPACITY

@article{Rutaihwa2012ECONOMETRICAO,
  title={ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF FDI IN THE MINING SECTOR TO TANZANIA'S EXPORT CAPACITY},
  author={J. Rutaihwa and Aneth Simwela and Amina Ramadhani},
  journal={Knowledge Horizons - Economics},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={25-37}
}
This study concentrated in examining the role FDI in the Mining Sector to Tanzania’s Export Capacity during 1989-2009. The study uses Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) as analytical techniques for this purpose. The results from OLS show that the total exports performance to the rest of the world is negative and insignificant, which implies that the contribution of FDI in mining have been weakly and exerting negative pressure on Tanzania’s export performance over the period. The result on the… Expand

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