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Jul
2013

East African Business Agenda

The East African Business Agenda is targeted at the business community and policy makers within the region. It is an important reference point especially in matters of ease of trade, in line with the Customs Union and Common Markets Protocol. Its content cuts across the entire A,… Read More

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05
Jul
2013

Private Sector Decries Barriers To Business; 5th July 2013,Dar es Salaam Tanzania

Private Sector Decries Barriers To Business; 5th July 2013,Dar es Salaam Tanzania Members As Per 31st March 2013. Read More

26
Jun
2013

Communique: Following The Regional Workshop On Eac’s Customs Regulatory Framework And Trade Regime

Communique: Following The Regional Workshop On Eac’s Customs Regulatory Framework And Trade Regime, 12-14 June 2013, Arusha Tanzania Read More

21
Jun
2013

East African Non-Tariff Barriers Index (NTBI) Survey 2013

East African Business Council (EABC) is requesting for submission of proposals for consultancy services to undertake survey this year on East African Non-Tariff Barriers Index (NTBI) to track the non-tariff barriers on movement of good, restrictions on the movement of Services and… Read More

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17
Jun
2013

Rwanda: Amb. Claver Gatete Unveils 2013/2014 National Budget

On Thursday, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Claver Gatete presented the 2013/2014 budget to both chambers parliament. Below is his speech; Read More

14
Jun
2013

Kenya Budget Speech 2013/14, June 13, 2013 by Mr Henry Rotich, National Treasury Cabinet Secretary

Hon Members, it is a great honour and privilege to present the highlights of the first budget of the Administration of H.E the President, Hon Uhuru Kenyatta, in accordance with section 40 (1) and (2) of the Public Finance Management Act, 2012, and Standing Order No.241 of the National… Read More

14
Jun
2013

Uganda Budget Speech – By Maria Kiwanuka

Introduction: Madam Speaker, in fulfillment of Article 155(1) of the Constitution and in exercise of the powers delegated to me by H.E the President, I beg to move that Parliament resolves itself into a Committee of Supply to consider: Read More

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