Tanzania Left Out As East African Partners Launch Tourism Portal
Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda have launched a portal to jointly market their tourism products online without Dar es Salaam.
East African, 1 March 2017
Tanzania appears to have been isolated further in efforts to market East Africa a single tourism destination, after Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda launched a portal to jointly market… Read more »
Tourists (file photo).
East Africa: Countries Unveil Joint Regional Tourism Portal
East African, 20 February 2017
Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda have launched an online portal in a bid to market the region's as a single tourist destination. Read more »
New Times, 18 February 2017
In an effort to market the region as single tourism destination, the three Northern Corridor integration project partner states of Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda yesterday launched the… Read more »
The leader has repeatedly refused to endorse a regional trade pact with the European Union, saying the deal stood in Tanzania's way to industrialisation. Read more »
The region has been advised to concentrate on consolidating trade amongst themselves rather than worrying about signing a trade agreement with the EU, currently trying to come to ... Read more »