Economic cooperation in East Africa

The author describes the attempts at economic cooperation in the three ex-British territories of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and examines the extent of cooperation envisaged in the Treaty for East African Cooperation that provides the basis for the East African Community. Parts of the article: The East African Common Services Organization (EACSO) – The East African Community (EAC) – Common market and industrial development – Trade and common market – Industrial development – Other measures – Common infrastructure and other services – Prospects. Table.

Title: Economic cooperation in East Africa
Author: Arowolo, Edward A.
Year: 1970
Periodical: Finance & Development – International Monetary Fund and World Bank
Volume: 7
Issue: 1
Pages: 47-52
Language: English
Geographic term: East Africa
Subject: international economic relations
Abstract: The author describes the attempts at economic cooperation in the three ex-British territories of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and examines the extent of cooperation envisaged in the Treaty for East African Cooperation that provides the basis for the East African Community. Parts of the article: The East African Common Services Organization (EACSO) – The East African Community (EAC) – Common market and industrial development – Trade and common market – Industrial development – Other measures – Common infrastructure and other services – Prospects. Table.