DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) – Tanzania's current account deficit narrowed by 13.3 percent in the year to April, with stronger tourism, manufacturing and agricultural output and earnings cushioning a decline in gold exports, its central bank said on Friday. The current account deficit narrowed to $ 3.94 billion in the 12 months to April from $ 4.54 billion during the same period last year. The bank did not say what it was as a percentage of GDP. "With the exception of gold, all other non-traditional exports increased. Much of the increase was recorded in manufactured goods which amounted to $ 1. …
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