Should Tanzania Sign the Economic Partnership Agreement With EU?

German scholar Prof Helmut Asche says the country has good reasons not to sign the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with the European Union (EU). According to the scholar, the treaty has some detrimental clauses that do not serve Tanzania's national and regional interests and some give the EU unfettered access to the country's raw materials.

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