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Complaint number NTB Type
Category 1. Government participation in trade & restrictive practices tolerated by governments
Category 2. Customs and administrative entry procedures
Category 5. Specific limitations
Category 6. Charges on imports
Category 7. Other procedural problems
Category 8. Transport, Clearing and Forwarding
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NTB-000-034 8.6. Vehicle standards 2004-12-22 Uganda: Ministry of Transport Kenya Resolved
2010-11-22
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Complaint: Transit Regulations

Kenya complained that Ugandan authorities were enforcing a requirement that all transit trucks be covered.
 
Resolution status note: Uganda reported that the matter was resolved in 2006  
NTB-000-033 5.10. Prohibitions 2008-12-22 Uganda: Ministry of Rourism, Trade and Industry Kenya Resolved
2019-04-26
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Complaint: Ban on Imports

Kenya has complained that Uganda had placed a ban on beef imports
 
Resolution status note: Uganda reported that the issue is not for Kenya but all other Partner States. And it is only on frozen beef she resolved the issue.  
Products: 0202.30: Frozen, boneless meat of bovine animals  
NTB-000-032 1.7. Discriminatory or flawed government procurement policies 2004-05-27 Ethiopia: Ministry of Trade Kenya Resolved
2009-02-04
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Complaint: Requirement that goods exported to Ethiopia should be transported through the National Shipping Lines.

Kenya has complained that Ethiopian authorities require that all exporters to Ethiopia must use national shipping lines.
 
Resolution status note: Ethiopian Government wrote to COMESA Secretariat on 7th January 2008 stating that they were now complying with Article 57 of the Treaty  
NTB-000-031 2.3. Issues related to the rules of origin 2008-12-23 Egypt: Ministry of Trade Uganda Resolved
2009-02-04
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Complaint: : Authorisation fees for endorsement of COMESA Certificate of Origin

Uganda has complained that Egypt authorities require that Certificates of Origin be endorsed by the Egyptian Embassy in Kampala before dispatch of the goods
 
Resolution status note: Issue was resolved through COMESA Customs and Trade Committee  
NTB-000-030 2.3. Issues related to the rules of origin 2008-12-22 Egypt: Ministry of Trade Kenya Resolved
2011-05-11
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Complaint: Kenya complained that Egyptian authorities were demanding the galvanized steel coils should be engraved with the wording 'Made in Kenya as proof of origin'  
Resolution status note: Egypt reported that the issue had been resolved through diplomatic channels. the Egyptian authorities forwarded an official reply in this regard through diplomatic channels including that the technical standard on Egyptian imports of galvanized steel coils, as well as the COMESA rules of origin does not require codification of the indication of origin on the product.  
Products: 7208.39: Flat-rolled products of iron or non-alloy steel, of a width of >= 600 mm, in coils, simply hot-rolled, not clad, plated or coated, of a thickness of < 3 mm, not pickled, without patterns in relief  
NTB-000-006 2.12. Lack of capacity of Customs officers 2004-05-29 Egypt: Egypt Revenue Authority Uganda Resolved
2010-11-22
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Complaint: Authorisation fees for endorsement of COMESA Certificate of
Origin

Uganda has complained that Egypt authorities require that Certificates of Origin be endorsed by the Egyptian Embassy in Kampala before dispatch of the goods.
 
Resolution status note: Egypt reported that she does not require consular or Embassy export documentation. A ministerial Decree issued by the Government of Egypt was circulated to all COMESA Member States on March 22 2007.  
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