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The NBS which is the central depository for all official statistics produced in Tanzania, is responsible for the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of official statistics. Specifically, the services offered by NBS, include:
To collect data from various sources, analyze, publish, and distribute to stakeholders,
To conduct surveys and provide technical advice on sampling, statistical data collection, processing, analysis and dissemination of collected data whenever requested by a user/stakeholder,
To develop standards, methods and provide interpretation of concepts and deﬁnitions,
To provide raw data for researchers and other stakeholders,
To prepare maps needed for various surveys and censuses, and
To provide professional advice and instructions on how to use Statistical information according to speciﬁc customer requirement.
Data cited at: https://tanzania.opendataforafrica.org/wyfirkb
The National Bureau of Statistics has initiated a monthly survey of hotel occupancy. Out of 184 hotels surveyed, 86 responded.
The occupancy rate for April was estimated at 23.5 percent. There were 75,405 beds occupied out of which 49.2 percent were by international visitors.
Data cited at: https://tanzania.opendataforafrica.org/xgeeiqe
The Gross Domestic Product at constant prices for the first quarter (January - March) of 2017 in absolute terms was TZS. 12.7 trillion compared to TZS. 12.0 trillion for the similar quarter of 2016, equivalent to a growth rate of 5.7 percent compared to a revised growth rate of 6.8 percent observed in the corresponding quarter of 2016.
Data cited at: https://tanzania.opendataforafrica.org/tvqqfug
The Export and Import Price Index (XMPI) covers both exports and imports of merchandise trade. These quarterly specification-based XMPI have been compiled and disseminated since the first quarter of 2013 up to the last quarter 2017 with reference base period of March quarter 2013. The updated XMPI has the fourth quarter of 2017 as the reference base period. The updating of the weights and the product sample for the XMPI used customs data for the years 2014 to 2016. Initiation of price collection for the updated XMPI was carried out during the period October-December 2017. This allows for the compilation of the XMPI for the fourth quarter of 2017 using the new product and enterprise samples.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is responsible for the collection, compilation and dissemination of Official Statistics in the country, including Quarterly Gross Domestic Product Estimates (QGDP). The estimates are used for short term economic planning, monitoring and policy formulation. Quarterly Gross Domestic Product is measured as a value of goods and services produced by resident producers a period of January – March, April – June, July – September and October - December. In the compilation of QGDP estimates, all economic activities are covered.
Data cited at: https://tanzania.opendataforafrica.org/lwszueb
Producer Price Index measures the average change over time in the prices received by selected domestic producers for the production of their goods. A basket includes a list of selected commodities of goods that are being priced on quarterly basis. The producer prices are collected as at 15th of the mid-month of every quarter that is February, May, August and November for Quarters (January-March), (April-June), (July-September) and (October-December) respectively.
Data cited at: https://tanzania.opendataforafrica.org/nhwermc
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