The Supply of Road Vehicles in Tanzania. The Problem of Suppressed Demand

The Supply of Road Vehicles in Tanzania. The Problem of Suppressed Demand

The import of vehicles is drastically controlled because Tanzania is short of foreign exchange. The author is critical of the working of the controls.

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