- EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS ANNUAL REPORT 2020
- THE QUARTERLY REPORT OF EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS Q4 (OCTOBER – DECEMBER), 2020
- ZANZIBAR CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (CPI) FOR APRIL, 2021
The 2020 External Merchandise Trade Statistics (EMTS) report provides brief explanation of flows and directions of imports and exports for the period of 2016-2020. It provides statistics on imports and exports that form a valuable component of a country’s statement on economic transactions in the National Economic Accounts (NEA) and Balance of Payments (BOP). Trade Statistics that are accurate, detailed and timely delivered have always been a priority as they are vital for the planning and future development of a country (or economy).
Total trade for the fourth quarter, 2020 reached to TZS 197,578.8 million; in which exports value worth TZS 8,796.2 million (domestic export contributes TZS 6,436.2 million and reexport contributes 2,360.0 TZS million) and import worth TZS 188,782.6 million. The trade balance showed a deficit of TZS 179,986.4 Million
Zanzibar Annual Headline Inflation rate for the year ended April 2021 increased to 1.9 percent compare to 1.5 percent for the year ended March 2021. Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverages inflation rate decreased to 1.7 percent in April 2021 from 2.5 percent recorded in March 2021. The overall Index increased to 116.3 in April 2021 compared to 114.2 recorded in April 2020
A total of 18 accidents were reported in March, 2021. Kati district was reported the highest number of accidents five (5), followed by Kaskazini ‘A’ district (four (4) accidents). In addition Mjini, Micheweni, Chake Chake and Mkoani districts had no accidents reported to police stations during the month.
A total of 25 accidents were reported in February, 2021. Kati district was reported the highest number of accidents six (6), followed by Kaskazini ‘B’ and Magharibi ‘A’ district (four (4) accidents for each). In addition Wete and Mkoani districts had no accidents reported to police stations during the month.
A total of 19 accidents were reported in January, 2021.