Last week, China announced that it would grant zero tariffs on imports from Tanzania, along with nine other Least Developed Countries, covering 98% of items in the tariff schedule. This came after a high-level meeting between the two countries earlier this month, where China made promises on trade, loans, investment, and infrastructure.
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