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.
Tanzania Has Good Reasons Not to Sign the Epas, Say German Scholar
Citizen, 15 April 2019
German scholar Prof Helmut Asche today April 15, said that Tanzania has good reasons not to sign the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with the European Union (EU). Read more »
Tanzania Reviewing Stance On EPA
East African, 27 February 2019
Tanzania is reviewing its stance on the East African Community's Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union, with a view of endorsing the deal, The Citizen… Read more »
Government Reviews Position On EPA
Citizen, 27 February 2019
The government is reviewing its position on the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union, with a view to endorsing the deal, The Citizen has learnt. Read more »
Tanzania Allowed 4 Months to Resolve EPA Impasse
East African, 10 February 2019
The economic partnership agreement (EPA) between the European Union and the East Africa Community was a sticky issue during the 20th Heads of State Summit in Arusha on February 1. Read more »
Civil society groups has called for a review of the economic partnership agreement deals after stakeholders raised their concerns. Read more »
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