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oa East African Geographical Review - Two new processing industries at Dar es Salaam

 

Abstract

The significance of the establishment of two new processing industries at Dar es Salaam is two-fold: it is the first time in Tanzania's history that significant quantities of two important primary commodities, sisal and cashew, are retained for industrial processes; and, because of the limited local demand for the products, the industries will not merely displace imports but also develop a remunerative export trade.

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1965-04-01
2016-12-08
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