Museveni, Kikwete disagree on exports Monitor Reporter Munyonyo President Museveni and his Tanzanian counterpart Jakaya Kiwete on Monday disagreed on how much lack of adherence to quality is impacting on sustainable access to European markets. President Kikwete demanded that Europeans end their subsidies to their farmers, noting that with the subsidies in force, African goods can never compete even in their own countries. He expressed frustration that the developed world especially Europe and the US have refused to remove trade distorting subsidies, and urged African countries not to accept to be pressured into signing bad trade agreements. Its better to have no agreements than come out with a bad agreement, he said. Unfair trade terms and market access to Europe and the US has been President Musevenis subject and President Kikwete seemed to be pulling the rag under his hosts feet. Using the example of subsidies to the diary industry, Mr Kikwete said, a cow subsidised by seven dollars in Europe will produce milk cheaper on an African supermarket stall than milk locally produced in Africa. He put the blame on Africa, saying adherence to quality standards was hurting chances of local produce. But Mr Museveni said Africa can achieve standards and that they were not the biggest bottleneck.