Payment systems development and the law in Tanzania

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University of Dar es Salaam
This dissertation highlights the problems that need to be addressed by authorities to better regulate and provide an appropriate legal framework for payment systems in Tanzania. The study examines the impact of the developments and operations of payment system and its correlation with the developments in the policies and regulatory frameworks. The research method took a cross sectional approach, applying primary and secondary data. Information was obtained by use of interviews, questionnaires, discussions and through literature reviews. The findings show that there are correlations between having effective development and operations of payment systems and a robust and a supportive legal and regulatory framework The study concludes that developments in Tanzania payment systems are unsustainable without a robust and supportive legal and regulatory regime. !ds to the authorities to address policy and regulatory issues. The study recommends that will ensure that the national payment system is accorded supportive legal and regulatory regime.
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Payment, Commercial law, Tanzania
Komba, K.J (2007) Payment systems development and the law in Tanzania.Master dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam.