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Mweusi Karake

Public Relations and Communication Officer - Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation In the COMESA-EAC-SADC Regi

Common Market For Eastern And Southern Africa

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Common Market For Eastern And Southern Africa

Entebbe, Central Region,

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publiceye.co.ls

The COMESA communications specialist, Mr Mweusi Karake, said the initiative to bring together the media came after it was realised despite major issues and concerns on adaptation and mitigation in Africa, very few media houses were highlighting the future for Africa amid threats posed by climate change.


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Mweusi Karake, the Information Officer at the COMESA Secretariat in Lusaka, Zambia, added: "Maybe as time goes by and more members come in, COMESA frontiers will extend as far as Ivory Coastâ-oewho knows?"


www.monitor.co.ug [cached]

Comesa spokesperson, Mr Mweusi Karake, last week told BusinessWeek that these are some of the issues on the agenda of the summit that ends today. "They are hot issues.But we hope to have found a middle ground by the end of this conference," he said.


www.monitor.co.ug [cached]

"Most countries (including Uganda) have reduced their tariffs by between 80 and 90 percent, this in a way means they are already 80 to 90 percent in FTA, especially that they too receive reciprocal treatment from FTA participating states," Comesa spokesman, Mr Mweusi Karake told BusinessWeek via email last week.He said that while Uganda has not given specific dates for joining FTA, the fact that it is hosting the 9th Comesa Summit of Heads of State on May 20 this year also signals commitment. By joining FTA, Burundi and Rwanda were simply living up to their earlier committed time table," Karake said.Karake said that none of the original nine members has reported significant a negative impact on their economies as a result of the FTA.


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