DAR ES SALAAM, Dec 19- Tanzania's gross domestic product has expanded by 32 percent after the state rebased its calculation to incorporate new sectors in the economy, including big discoveries of natural gas, officials said on Friday. Farming remains Tanzania's economic mainstay, while tourism, mining, communications and financial services are the other key...» Read More
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