The 27th -30th May meeting will be held through the sessions of Senior Officials; the Co-ordination Committee (Permanent Secretaries); and the Ministerial session.
The four-day meeting which brings together the Ministers responsible for these dockets in the EAC Partner States will be discussing a report on the implementation of previous decisions of the SCTIFI,a report of the Pre-Budget Consultations of Ministers of Finance, a report of the Committee on Customs and Challenges of the Motor Vehicle Assembly Industry in the EAC.
It also expected to consider a report of the Sectoral Committee on Trade and a report of the East African Standards Committee.The Ministerial session of the Sectoral Council on Trade, Industry, Finance and Investment (SCTIFI) meeting is scheduled for Friday 30 May 2014.
Addressing the official opening of the Senior Officials on behalf of the Secretary General,EAC Director General of Customs and Trade Mr Peter Kiguta echoed the critical role the Sectoral Council plays in the EAC integration process.
Source: East African Community
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