14 May '18, 4pm

Tanzania Coffee Farmers and Traders Face Stark New Regulatory Reality

Tanzania Coffee Farmers and Traders Face Stark New Regulatory Reality

Tanzania earned its independence from Great Britain in 1977, nationalizing and redistributing former estates. Cooperatives dissolved under the weight of a collapsing socialist economy that created massive bureaucratic government that was rife with corruption. For half a decade, until 1982 when cooperatives reorganized under governmental control, the Tanzania Coffee Authority bought and sold all coffee in the country. As subsidized government-controlled cooperatives sank deeper into debt, independent parties were able to step in where cooperatives lacked assets and began to purchase coffee directly.

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