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The move to an industrialised Tanzania cannot be a reality without economic integration.
However, the integration process must be keenly undertaken to ensure that the best interest of the country is protected.
This study therefore gives an insight on the implication of the EAC-EU EPA ratification to Tanzania.
In exploring this concern qualitative research has been deployed and data have been gathered chiefly by means of literature research and documentary review.
The study has revealed that the ratification of the EAC-EU EPA would have adverse impact to Tanzania.
The study recommends inter alia for Tanzania to maintain non-reciprocal trade arrangements under the GSP/EBA initiatives.
The author is the holder of Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from Mzumbe University in Tanzania.
He also holds the East African Community Post-Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration (EAC-PGCCA) from the Institute of Tax Administration (ITA).
The author is currently working with the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) as Tutorial Assistant at ITA.
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