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Trade opportunities from the EU-ACP EPAs: Prospects for the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables subsector in Uganda

With the signing of the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements in January 2009, Uganda as a member of the ACP, should endeavor to re-strategize itself to benefit from the opportunities such trading blocs create through increased trade. Trade is likely to increase with EPA in place and this is likely to lead to biodiversity conservation challenges amidst the need for increased production. 

East African Regional Integration: Challenges in Meeting the Convergence Criteria for Monetary Union: A Survey
The realisation of a successful monetary union among East African Community partner states depends upon a sufficient degree of convergence of partners' economies to established criteria. This work integrates and synthesises various findings of the literature. 
Prospects and Challenges in the Formation of the COMESA-EAC and SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area
The proposed Tripartite Free Trade Area (T-FTA) among COMESA-EAC and SADC member states is one among many regional economic communities (RECs) that have emerged over the years. This paper attempts to examine some of the complexities and inter-linkages in reaching a Tripartite Free Trade Agreement in goods and services, as well as infrastructure development. 
 Performance and Survival of Ugandan Manufacturing Firms in the Context of the East African Community
Using enterprise survey data of the World Bank from 2006, this paper investigates the factors influencing firm performance and survival after the promulgation of the East African Community (EAC). 
 Trade Opportunities from the EU-ACP EPAs: Prospects for the Flower Sub-Sector in Uganda

With the signing of the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) in 2009, the Government of Uganda, as a member of the ACP, should endeavour to re-strategise itself to benefit from the opportunities such trading blocs create through increased trade. 

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