East African Revenue Bodies Raise Red Flag Over Fraud Cases
Commissioner-generals from the region say revenue collection from the East African Community is under threat from increased fraudulent practices.
Trucks at Kenya's Malaba border point transport goods to Uganda. Volume of trade among East Africa Community states has increased since the establishment of the East African Community Customs Union Protocol (file photo)
Nation, 25 November 2016
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New Times, 24 November 2016
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