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Tanzania has most trade barriers in EAC- report

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    Tanzania employs the highest form of bureaucratic bottlenecks to the movement of goods and services in the East African Community, a new report shows.

    Kenya, Uganda and Burundi follow in that order in imposing administrative and technical requirements that act as obstacles to trade, reveals The State of East Africa 2012 report.

    But Rwanda has no complaint reported against it from the region in a survey that says integration of EAC has deepened although the challenges facing the bloc are increasing.

    These impediments to trade technically referred to as non-tariff barriers; seek to meet an agreed regulatory objective as food or product safety, safeguard national security and avoid revenue loss.

    source:Tanzania has most trade barriers in EAC- report - News |nation.co.ke
     
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