There is no shortage of news stories about Tanzania’s economic success.
But what’s even more impressive is that it’s also the most-visited country in Africa.
That’s according to data from Statista, the company that compiles economic data from a variety of sources.
This year, the country is the No. 1 most-cited in Africa with 2.6 million visitors.
The next most-collected country in the world is the Philippines with 1.9 million visitors, followed by Brazil with 1 million.
The U.S. was second with 1,821,000 visitors, while Mexico ranked third with 1 and 1.2 million visitors each.
Tanzania’s ranking is also among the highest in the region with 8% of the world’s population living in the country.
While the economy is booming, so are the problems, with the unemployment rate exceeding 18%.
Here’s a look at some of the most interesting economic news stories in the African country.
What’s in the news?
Zimbabwe’s unemployment rate hovers above 20% The unemployment rate in Zimbabwe is at 20.1% and rising, according to the country’s National Statistics Office.
That means that over the past 12 months, the government’s attempts to reduce the countrys economic woes have had little effect on the population.
A report from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) said that a record number of unemployed people are out of work.
The country’s economy is now in freefall, with a current account deficit of US$17 billion ($8.8 billion) for the year ending March 2018, compared with an annual economic growth of 7.5% in 2016.
The latest figures also show that the government is trying to boost the economy through tax incentives and incentives for businesses to hire.
Tanzania has the largest cocoa crop of any African country The nation has the highest cocoa production in the continent, but is struggling to feed its growing population.
In the first nine months of 2018, Tanzania’s cocoa production was 1.7 billion kilos, which is equivalent to 5.8 million metric tons.
This amount of cocoa production is equivalent, or about 1% of Tanzania’s total cocoa production, but the country still only needs 4.3 million metric tonnes to feed the population, according the CSO.
The largest cocoa-producing region in Africa, the Central African Republic, has become an international hot spot Since 2015, the region has become a hub for cocoa production and trade.
In 2015, a record 7,928 metric tons of cocoa were exported from the region to Europe and North America.
The region is now the third largest producer of cocoa in the whole world after Brazil and the Ivory Coast.
In 2018, cocoa exports from the Côte d’Ivoire region to the U.K. reached £3.5 million ($4.3 billion).
The region also exported more than $3 billion worth of cocoa products to China.
The Côtes-Ducs region has a population of nearly 9 million people.
Its cocoa crop is estimated to be worth more than US$10 billion.
Tanzania was named the best country in African development by the World Bank in 2017 Tanzania is ranked No. 2 in Africa for best development outcomes for women and children, and No. 3 in Africa in terms of GDP per capita.
In 2017, Tanzania received the highest rating of 5 for its gender equality, which translates into a gender wage gap of 6% in the private sector.
Tanzania, the world leader in HIV/AIDS, is at the top of the HIV/AIDs list The World Health Organization (WHO) has ranked Tanzania as the world leading country in HIV-positive people with a life expectancy of 75 years, or one year shorter than the United States.
The average life expectancy in Tanzania is 74.6 years, which compares to the United Kingdom’s average of 76.7 years.
Tanzania is also one of only two African countries that have reported a steady decrease in the number of new HIV infections.
Tanzania saw a drop of about 1,200 people in 2018, according Toewer, the minister for health.
Tanzania and Angola are among the most HIV-free countries in the entire world The Central African republic is home to more than 1 million people, making it one of the poorest countries in Africa according to a report by the WHO.
The WHO ranked the country as one of three least-affected regions in Africa to date, after Ethiopia and Nigeria.
Tanzania leads the world in the proportion of HIV-negative people The Central Africa Republic, which has about 1 million inhabitants, is the second-most-populated region in the Western Hemisphere after the United Republic of Tanzania, which covers about 10 million people and has an average life span of about 67 years.
This is due to the large population of people living in its mountainous regions and the fact that HIV is common