SouthViews No. 130, 12 August 2016
EPA has never made much sense for Tanzania
By H.E. Mr. Benjamin William Mkapa
The EPA issue has once again re-emerged when Tanzania informed EAC Members and the EU that it would not be able to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between EU and the six EAC Member States in early July. The European Commission reportedly proposed signature of the EAC EPA in Nairobi, on the sidelines of the 14th session of the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD XIV).
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This article was tagged: East African Community (EAC), Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), European Commission, European Union (EU), UN Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD XIV