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East and Southern Africa look to strengthen trade ties

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CHIEF NEGOTIATOR, MINISTRY OF INVESTMENT,TRADE AND INDUSTRY: Phazha Butale

The COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Council of Ministers, chaired by Rwanda, recently held its 2nd extraordinary meeting.

Formed in 2011 and consisting of 26 African nations, the three-way partnership was established to strengthen economic integration between Southern and Eastern Africa.

Representing the local front at the meeting, were Ministerial trio: Karabo Gare, Annah Mokgethi, and Thulaganyo Segokgo as well as various senior officials.

The main aim of the discussions was to consider and adopt various legal documents to enable free trade. Guidelines were also reviewed to aid cross-bor...

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