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TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an aid-for-trade organisation funded by development agencies of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland,Netherlands, UK & USA
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UgandaRevenueAuthority 14h
Another One! Elegu-Nimule Border, Northern Uganda has handed over the Elegu One Stop Border Post (OSBP) to at a ceremony officiated by the Minister , Hon in Elegu, bringing OSBPs in Uganda to 5.
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Doris Akol 16h
Thank you for the humongous work done in improving trade facilitation. We wish there was a " like" partner for DRM projects and initiatives also. .
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UgandaRevenueAuthority 12h
~ 's development partners , through (TMEA) have been absolutely pivotal in the establishment of the Elegu OSBP. Trade with South Sudan is set to improve greatly. Let's appreciate them. ~
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SandraKirengaSerwano 12h
Happening now at Elegu OSBP joint Uganda and South Sudan NOC meeting with , and South Sudan Director General External Trade discussing cross border trade
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Christine Mugoya 13h
At the Elegu OSBP technical handover funded by UKaid through . Hon. Minister of Trade handing over the key to the Border Post. Improved facilities expected to reduce the the time it takes to trade by 30%.
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Damali Ssali Nov 14
It was a great pleasure to witness launch the portal . It is expected to improve ease of doing business in Uganda.
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Uganda Media Centre 16h
.: I thank our development partners on behalf of . Among those I’d like to strongly thank ,, etc. This was slow but now I expect it to get faster and improve our trade with South Sudan.
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TradeMarkEastAfrica 17h
Excited to be at for technical handover from contractor M/s Architect Consults(U) Ltd to . Grateful to our donors who provided funding worth US$8.7million for construction works & US$0.6m for integrated border mgt.
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TradeMarkEastAfrica 20h
In 2015, TMEA conducted training programmes for traders in Uganda that enabled them to better understand export processes and EAC requirements. The results were impressive. Read more here-
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UNCTAD Nov 14
Uganda Trade Portal creates the opportunity to simplify trade processes and procedures in order to reduce cost, time and complexity of trading.
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moses sabiiti Nov 13
Proud of our TMEA in house technical team that designed and implemented trade portal. Let's now integrate these systems to attain our digital corridor dream
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Frank Matsaert Nov 14
Congratulations to Hon Minister of Trade & team in for the launch of the Uganda Trade Portal, we are proud to support this initiative with our dynamic team in Uganda & Nairobi
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Ministry of Trade Ug Nov 14
with Development Partners from TMEA, USAID, UNCTAD, Uganda Parliament etc who have supported the process of developing the Uganda Trade Portal which was launched today
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Erick Sirali Nov 13
Uganda Trade Portal is a Trade Facilitation tool anchored under the Trade Facilitation Agreement on making trade information available and accessible.Uganda continues to operationalize the agreement
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Ministry of Trade Ug Nov 14
with the Chairperson of the Committee of Parliament on Trade and Industry Hon. Kasule Ssebunya and committee members after a successful launch of the Uganda Trade Information portalmat Serena Hotel, Kampala
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Ministry of Trade Ug Nov 14
with MPs on the committee of Trade and Industry and officials from TradeMark East Africa (TMEA). TMEA has been very instrumental in the development of the Uganda Trade Portal
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Eastern Africa Grain Nov 14
TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) announced last week that it will be investing $2.4 million in Rwanda (Rwf2.1 billion) to facilitate local business to raise the capacity to access the complex international markets.
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Uganda Media Centre Nov 14
.: I must thank UNCTAD, and the EAC Secretariat for working together to roll out the development and implementation of Trade Portals in the Region.
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Ministry of Trade Ug Nov 14
has said that the new Uganda Trade Information Portal will help to improve Uganda's ranking in the ease of doing business
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