Trade experts slam Kenya-Uganda sugar deal feud
The first-ever East African manufacturing business summit closed yesterday in Kampala with participants urging partner states to recommit themselves to the customs union and avoid protectionism in order to allow for free trade and fair competition to prevail in the region.
Workers at Kabuye Sugar Factory package sugar. A recent deal allowing Ugandan surplus sugar to access the Kenyan market has sparked off a row in the two EAC nations. (File)