The Government of Tanzania has honored the lamentation of the coffee farmers that protested against the multiple taxes imposed on their commodity. The complaint was geared to other cash crops as well that hold the agriculture sector of the country that supplements hugely and greatly the economy of the country.
Taxes have been at the apex hindrance of the growth and development in the sub-Saharan nation with a number of traders as well rating it as the top most barriers to a better economy status in their land. Understandably, the government collects a lump sum amount of revenue from the commodities but in the long run they demoralize the farmers and affect the prices as well. Read more. Source | The Exchange