Magufuli’s debt-forgiveness request includes $137 million that was taken for a housing project for the police, $15.7 million for an old Tanzania-Zambia railway and $15 million for a textile mill.
Najib Balala, cabinet secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife said that both migrations position the east African nation as the go-to destination for both safari and beach.
Total production is 170,000-172,000 barrels per day, South Sudanese under-secretary for the Ministry of Petroleum Awow Daniel Chuang said.
Kenya has announced international flights will resume on 1 August, but the high season is already lost.
“The pandemic has weakened near-term macroeconomic prospects for Tanzania,” the IMF said.
It said the east African country’s economy would also be hurt by a decline in export demand, supply chain disruptions for domestic manufacturers and weak domestic consumption.
The International Monetary Fund said last month that Uganda’s tourism earnings were expected to fall 54% in the 2019/20 (July-June) fiscal year, and decline 52% in the next year.