BMI View: Our forecasts for the Tanzanian agribusiness sector have seen a few key changes since our last quarterly update, with a mixture of revisions to both the upside and downside across our forecast period. In particular, we point to a second consecutive quarterly upwards revision in our forecast for rice consumption. Meanwhile, we have also revised our forecasts downwards for both corn production and consumption for each full-year period through to 2021. Despite this, our view of the agribusiness sector in Tanzania remains broadly positive, with all of our output and demand forecasts for the four crops we track set to see growth across our forecast period. Within this, however, we continue to see the Tanzanian coffee industry struggling over the medium term, but we highlight that renewed government support for the sector has provided hope that it can recover over the longer term. The corn industry, meanwhile, will continue to benefit - albeit more modestly - from solid demand from domestic and export markets, while rising income levels will stimulate rice consumption. The Tanzanian sugar sector will see limited production growth in the next few years, largely due to the fact that Tanzania scores poorly on productivity measures compared to its regional neighbours.