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TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an aid-for-trade org funded by dev agencies of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, EU, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, UK & USA
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Frank Matsaert 24h
Emergency unfolding in Nairobi Westlands area at Riverside Drive - looks like a suicide bomb attack and sustained gunfire from attackers at the Dusit Hotel and adjacent offices. Terrible situation, our thoughts and prayers are with those still trapped or injured
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Jan 15
We’re Are you a communication professional with a keen interest on and in East Africa? Check out this 1-year Communication Officer opportunity at Send your application by: Jan 28, 2019
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Jan 15
We’re Are you a communication professional with a keen interest on and in East Africa? Check out this 1-year Communication Officer opportunity at Send your application by: Jan 28, 2019
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Frank Matsaert Jan 15
My thanks to the very knowledgable team led by the dynamic for the interesting brainstorming meeting today in Nairobi on aquaculture trade & potential collaboration with our teams across East Africa
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HNgugi1 Jan 10
Great to see construction of Magongo road starting off very well. Infrastructure development for economic growth and prosperity.
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Rwanda Standards Jan 7
As we celebrate the accreditation of our National Quality Testing labs, it's worth acknowledging the partnership and support by .
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Ahmed Farah Jun 3
4 eco-hoppers funded by through ($6.2 mn) yesterday arrived at to handle bulk cargo (clinker, coal etc) to improve port productivity, reduce environmental pollution & promote sustainable trade
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Rwanda Standards Jan 4
RSB is pleased to inform esteemed stakeholders, customers and the public that its National Quality Testing Labs have acquired international accreditation.
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Ethiopian Mission EU Jan 4
Ethiopia’s exports to the United States under the African Growth and Opportunity Act () have risen by 62% in just one year! 👏🏾 If this trend continues, Ethiopia is poised to become the second or third largest exporter in East Africa under AGOA.
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Anataria U. Karimba Jan 4
Congratulations on this milestone. is proud to have supported this initiative aimed at improving efficiency of testing services, accessibility to product testing and facilitating greater market access for Rwandan products.
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Dr. Vera Songwe Jan 3
Welcome to 2019! Africa’s year to deepen integration, , close the & gap with , build a and a that leaves no one behind. center of excellence supports.
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Dirk Willem te Velde Jan 2
Great practical insights into the importance of improving traditional logistics to help performance of African manufacturing companies. It is also why a pan-Africa wide ought to complement to reduce tariff & other trade barriers for regional value chains.
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Susan Nakaleya Jan 2
thank you for all the support ,looking forward to strengthening what has been implemented to better trade
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Frank Matsaert Dec 31
Thanks very much - we be doing our best to support trade & development, look forward to working with you & your team
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Frank Matsaert Dec 31
Replying to @TradeMarkEastA
Best wishes from all of us at for a fantastic year ahead - we hope 2019 is a great one for growing prosperity through trade for Eastern Africa and beyond - and for you & your families!
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Dr.Susan Komen Koech Dec 31
Thank you for your commitment towards integration.Looking forward to more engagements in 2019
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Dec 28
We also saw the commission of the Busia OSBP by the Presidents of Uganda and Kenya. Construction and operationalization of Busia OSBP witnessed an 80% reduction in clearance time from an average of 14 hours to an average of 2 hours.
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Dec 27
TMEA expanded to Ethiopia with the Moyale OSBP becoming the first-ever joint meeting of the Kenya and Ethiopia. It is expected to lead in a reduction in border crossing times by at least 30%.
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Dec 24
Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Dec 24
Joint Monitoring Centers (JMC) were set up in Mombasa Port and the Internal Container Depot in Nairobi. Tracking solution will continue to have a positive effect on the SGR corridor dwell time.
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