Common Market for East and Southern Africa

Linked title: Common Market for East and Southern Africa
Posted: 09/08/2017 - 20:15
Updated: 12/11/2019 - 16:12
Category: Economy

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) is a free trade area with twenty member states stretching from Libya to Swaziland. COMESA was formed in December 1994, replacing a Preferential Trade Area which had existed since 1981.

Burundi: http://www.comesa.int/
Comoros: http://www.comesa.int/
DRC: http://www.comesa.int/
Djibouti: http://www.comesa.int/
Egypt: http://www.comesa.int/
Eritrea: http://www.comesa.int/
Ethiopia: http://www.comesa.int/
Kenya: http://www.comesa.int/
Libya: http://www.comesa.int/
Madagascar: http://www.comesa.int/
Malawi: http://www.comesa.int/
Mauritius: http://www.comesa.int/
Rwanda: http://www.comesa.int/
Seychelles: http://www.comesa.int/
Sudan: http://www.comesa.int/
Swaziland: http://www.comesa.int/
Uganda: http://www.comesa.int/
Zambia: http://www.comesa.int/
Zimbabwe: http://www.comesa.int/