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Trade Policy Review: East African Community (EAC)

World Trade Organization - Trade Policy Review: East African Community (EAC)

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----- ENGLISH VERSION -----

TRADE POLICY REVIEW: EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY (EAC)
The second review of the trade policies and practices of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda takes place on 21 and 23 November 2012. The basis for the review is a report by the WTO Secretariat and a report by the Governments of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda.
TPR documents: http://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tpr_e/tp371_e.htm

----- VERSION FRANÇAISE -----

EXAMEN DES POLITIQUES COMMERCIALES: COMMUNAUTÉ DE L’AFRIQUE DE L’EST
Le deuxième examen de la politique et des pratiques commerciales du Kenya, de la Tanzanie, de l’Ouganda, du Burundi et du Rwanda a lieu les 21 et 23 novembre 2012. Il est basé sur un rapport du Secrétariat de l’OMC et sur un rapport des gouvernements du Kenya, de la Tanzanie, de l’Ouganda, du Burundi et du Rwanda.
Documents TPR: http://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/tpr_f/tp371_f.htm

----- VERSIÓN ESPAÑOLA -----

EXAMEN DE LAS POLÍTICAS COMERCIALES: COMUNIDAD DEL ÁFRICA ORIENTAL (CAO)
El segundo examen de las políticas y prácticas comerciales de Kenya, de Tanzanía, de Uganda, de Burundi y de Rwanda tendrá lugar los días 21 y 23 de noviembre de 2012. El examen se basará en sendos informes de la Secretaría de la OMC y los Gobiernos de Kenya, de Tanzanía, de Uganda, de Burundi y de Rwanda.
Documentos EPC: http://www.wto.org/spanish/tratop_s/tpr_s/tp371_s.htm

ENDS

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