KPMG report: Focus on East Africa’s trade and customs environment (October 2022)

Compliance requirements in the context of import and export operations

Compliance requirements in the context of import and export operations

The KPMG member firm in Kenya has prepared a report focusing on the trade and customs environment in East Africa to clarify compliance requirements in the context of import and export operations.

Topics covered include:

  • Changes to the East Africa Community Common External Tariff (EAC CET)
  • South Sudan customs services division
  • The African Continental Free Trade Area
  • “Authorized economic operators”

Read the 2022 report [PDF 3.8 MB] (19 pages) prepared by the KPMG member firms in East Africa


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