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Vol 62 No 5

Published 4th March 2021


In on the act

Kenya's trade agreement with the United Kingdom finalised in November was sold as a diplomatic triumph in Nairobi but met with consternation in East Africa's other capitals. The East African Community complained that the move could undercut the bloc's single external tariff and pointed out that the EAC's Customs Union Protocol requires that its members negotiate third-party trade deals as a bloc.

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