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Roles Of Foreign Direct Investment Inflows On Economic Growth: Evidence From Tanzanian Economy
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows have been identified by many scholars as one among the major sources of stimulating economic growth in the country since it provides the capital needed for further investment, it promotes import and exports of goods and services, it increases industrial competition in the host countries and helps the local firms in productivity by adopting efficient technologies and knowledge as well as investing in human and/or physical capital. This study aims at analyzing the roles of FDI inflows on economic growth in the Tanzanian economy using thirty years annual time series data from 1986 to 2016.
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