Export of products with East African standards increased by 17 per cent indicating compliance with market requirements is fundamental for a successful market.
A study on “Impact Assessment of the East African Harmonised Standards on the Business Community’ recently released focused on six products out of the 20 most traded products identified by the East African Business Council (EABC) in terms of their cost, time and trade values.
The results indicate that the use of harmonised standards in the region to produce the selected sampled products improved competitiveness and market access. Read more. Source | Daily Monitor