Women involved in informal cross-border trade on the Rwanda-Uganda border at Gatuna have called for more sensitisation on tax policies and the opportunities presented by the regional market.
Aline Muhawenimana, a trader at Gatuna border, said; “Informal cross-border traders still need assistance on the existing tax and trade regulations to be able to formalise their operations.”
Muhawenimana said many cross-border women traders do not understand these policies, which affects their businesses. Read more. Source | New Times