The United Republic of Tanzania ranked 152nd out of 187 in the 2011 UN Human Development Index and 54th out of 79 on the 2012 Global Hunger Index. While Tanzania remains a low-income country, it has experienced relatively stable growth in recent decades, accelerating from 3.5% in the 1990s to approximately 7 percent in the 2000s.. Effective fiscal and monetary policies largely insulated the country from recent international shocks; the maintenance of such policies, as well as investment in infrastructure and business, are needed for such growth to continue (World Bank 2012).
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