East Africa Lays Ground for Single Currency
The region has moved a step closer to attaining a Monetary Union after the Council of Ministers adopted two key bills that will help the partner states to progressively establish a single currency by 2024.
East Africa: Monetary Union 'a Threat' to EAC Projects
Monitor, 15 September 2016
Mega infrastructure projects in East Africa may stop once the monetary union is put in place seven years from now to avoid breaching the regional fiscal deficit and debt policies. Read more »
East Africa: Go Slow On Push for EAC Single Currency - Expert
Monitor, 27 March 2017
East African Community (EAC) countries have been told to go slow on the push to have a single currency for the region if they cannot fix the basics of trading in the region. Read more »