East African Community


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East African Community

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an association established in 1967 by Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania to promote closer economic and social ties between member states: dissolved in 1977, but reformed in 1999, and joined in 2007 by Burundi and Rwanda
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South Sudan's 13 million citizens will be connected to 300 million people across the East African Community. Connecting South Sudan to the 'One Africa' broadband network will also champion pan-Africa trade and help build Africa's digital future," he added.
The five-nation East African Community, along with Uganda, is close to ratifying the agreement.
National judges, academics, and law practitioners from Africa and Europe provide 16 chapters on substantive and institutional East African Community law in comparison to European Union law.
"Widely acknowledged as the economic anchor and gateway to the expanding East African Community Kenya is also one of the UAE's prominent trade partners in Africa.
"The summit directed the council to expedite implementation of the framework for harmonised roaming charges, including the removal of surcharges for international telecommunications traffic originating and terminating within the East African Community by July 15, 2015," the statement said.
Global Banking News-August 29, 2014--IMF enters into partnership with East African Community
told Anadolu Agency in Arusha, seat of the East African Community Secretariat.
The study also confirms that countries of the East African Community need to make greater efforts to harmonize procedures and product standards
"We would like to resolve many of the issues that are outstanding as East African Community (EAC) to make the region more attractive and competitive to investors," he said.
In 2008, COMESA agreed to an expanded free-trade zone including members of two other African trade blocs, the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).
In a message to the Ugandan prime minister, Rahimi expressed condolence to Ugandan nation and government on death of the first deputy prime minister and minister for East African community affairs.
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