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Title:The common external tariff and development in the East African Community
Author:Kakoza, Joseph
Periodical:Finance & Development - International Monetary Fund and World Bank
Geographic term:East Africa
Subjects:East African Community
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Abstract:Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda have for over 60 years been sharing, in the East African Community, a number of economic services and institutions. The Common External Tariff has been fundamental to this economic integration. After a crucial period for the Common External Tariff and the Common Market superstructure during 1964-67. the three East African States, in an attempt to arrest the potential disintegration or regional economic arrangements in June 1967 concluded the Treaty for East African Cooperation as the formal basis of the Community. This is discussed Tariffs and the Treaty - The structure of the Tariff - The Tariff and intra-East African trade - The Tariff and revenue - Issues and problems. Ill.