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    Uchumi opens four branches across East African countries

Uchumi opens four branches across East African countries

Nairobi, Kenya: Regional retail chain Uchumi Supermarket has opened four new branches in Syokimau, Juja, Mbale in Uganda and Uchumi Segerea in Tanzania. The Nairobi Securities Exchange listed firm said it expects to unveil four more branches as it seeks to increase its footprint in the region. Uchumi Supermarket Chief Executive Officer Jonathan [...]

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    EABC to step up efforts to eliminate non-tariff barriers

EABC to step up efforts to eliminate non-tariff barriers

The newly elected chairman of the East African Business Council, Mr Felix Mosha, says he is focused to up efforts to eliminate the hurdles that slow down integration process in the East African Community region. He told the ‘Daily News’ over the telephone that he sought to intensify efforts in addressing [...]

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    Trade within EAC member States improving : report

Trade within EAC member States improving : report

Kenya: East African Community (EAC) states are steadily laying the foundations for increased prosperity by dismantling bureaucratic and procedural barriers to economic integration, TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) has said. It said in its second annual report covering the period 2012/2013 that much had been achieved towards unravelling bureaucratic and procedural snags to [...]

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Kenyan sugar industry has to either shape up or shape out

  Kenyan sugar industry has to either shape up or shape out

Nairobi, Kenya: It is a race against time for run down State-owned sugar factories. They either shape up or ship out. Most of them may not survive the flood of competition when [...]

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Safeguards against duty free imports, tax regime keeping sugar prices high

  Safeguards against duty free imports, tax regime keeping sugar prices high

Nairobi, Kenya: The retail price of sugar in Kenya remains the highest within the East African Community, and even in the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa countries. The sustained high [...]

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Traders in the East African region will soon find it easier to move goods and services

  Traders in the East African region will soon find it easier to move goods and services

Kenya: Traders in the East African region will soon find it easier to move goods and services, following reduction of bureaucratic systems to trade. According to the latest report from logistics firm [...]

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Kenya: Importers of ‘old’ cars allowed to re-export them

  Kenya: Importers of ‘old’ cars allowed to re-export them

The Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) has allowed importers of vehicles above the stipulated eight years to re-export them instead of them being crushed. The impounded vehicles have been stored at [...]

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Former Israeli pilot on mission to boost Kenya’s e-commerce

  Former Israeli pilot on mission to boost Kenya’s e-commerce

Kenya: “If you’ve watched the 1996 film Jerry Maguire, you’ll recall the phrase ‘Show me the Money’. The lead character, played by Tom Cruise, is not up for a small talk [...]

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Uganda on course to open wide an electronic single window for trade

  Uganda on course to open wide an electronic single window for trade

Kampala – March24th, 2014 –Government of Uganda is taking the steps necessary to launching a one stop electronic trade clearance system, a computerised scheme that saves time, shoe leather and [...]

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