- Neighbours seek to settle disagreement that has cost Kenya Sh2.6b
- Trade PS reveals meeting to be held later this month will also woo Dar to sign pending EPA
Tanzania has accepted new bi-lateral talks with Kenya to sort out a trade spat that has so far cost Kenya Sh2.6 billion.
The talks will also act as an avenue for Kenya to court Dar to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) deal with the European Union that Tanzania and Burundi have refused to sign.
Their refusal has thrown the agreement between the EU and the East African Community…