Tariff Binding Commitments under the Non-Agricultural Products Market Access (NAMA) Negotiations: Implications on the East Africa Community Customs Union

Zacchaeus Kinuthia, David Warui and Francis Karanja of Centre for Training & Integrated Research in ASAL Development (CETRAD)

Tariff Binding Commitments under the Non-Agricultural Products Market Access (NAMA) Negotiations: Implications on the East Africa Community Customs Union    |   File Size: 664 kB Downloads: 4677   |   Post Date: 08 May 2009

Many variations in regional integration schemes exist, but they invariably aim at expanding trade among participating members. In a Customs Union, members adopt a common trade policy towards third countries besides liberalizing their intra-trade. East African Community (EAC) Partner States have achieved some progress towards attaining a common external trade policy by adopting and implementing a Common External Tariff (CET).


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