Will Kenya Sign EU Economic Agreement?
European Trade Commissioner Karel de Gucht was in Nairobi to garner support for the EU's Economic Partnership Agreement but analysts say Kenya will be drifting away from the objectives of East African integration if it proceeds.
Kenya: EU Wants Kenya to Lead
East African Business Week, 22 July 2013
European Commissioner for Trade, Karel de Gucht, was last week in Nairobi to drum up momentum for Kenya to quickly lead in signing the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).read more »
East Africa: EAC Ready to Talk On EU Deal
East African Business Week, 24 June 2013
The East African Community (EAC) will soon give its position on the controversial Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) which the European Union (EU) wants developing country... read more »
East Africa: Kenya's Move to Sign EPAS Worries EAC States
New Vision, 1 June 2013
Kenya will be drifting away from the objectives of the East African Integration if it goes ahead to sign the long overdue Economic Partnership Agreement (EPAs) experts have... read more »
New Vision, 29 May 2013
A regional East African Community symposium on the ongoing bilateral trade and investment negations has opened at the Lake Victoria Hotel in Entebbe with a call on EAC governments... read more »