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EA states count losses over Uganda, Rwanda row

Published on June 17, 2019

Kampala has lost more than $664 million’s worth of exports to Rwanda while Kigali has lost $104 million during the three months the Gatuna border has been closed, according to Uganda’s East African Community Ministry. The data excludes losses incurred by other service providers like transporters, health and education providers. Although Kenya does not share a direct border point with Rwanda, it has been affected indirectly by the closure as Kenyan exports passing through Uganda were also locked out. Read more. Source | East African

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