Tanzanians that are involved in the cross-border businesses have been enlightened to reduce obstacles in order to allow the well functioning trade arrangements, together with movements of people and goods.
The call was part of the deliberations during the two days seminar to discuss cross border concerns in Dar es Salaam on August 3rd and 4th.
The seminar was organized by the Policy Research for Development (REPOA), CUTS International, and the Trade Mark East Africa; it as well involved civil servants, and officials that are involved in cross-border transactions in various forms. Read more. Source | Shout Africa