We have 5 days off the month of July and four days into the East African Common Market yet the success of this merger is still regarded conspicuously within some circles of society especially the urban elite. The common market between Uganda, Kenya Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda ensures the free flow of goods, services and labour. It will also allow for capital transfer and establishment of residences across borders with fewer barriers. Is this the solution to problems in the religion? Will the nationals benefit and will they be able to consolidate their gains? (Click Business for more).
The East African Common Market Starts.5 07 2010