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Professionals to learn how to trade in the EAC- Justice Ogoola

By Solomon Muleyi

Added 5th March 2019 11:48 AM

Speaking at a press conference held Friday at Skyz Hotel Naguru, Ogoola explained the need for professionals in Uganda to attend the 1st Annual East African Community Conference, slated for 15th March at Naguru Skyz Hotel.

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Hon. (Rtd) Justice James Ogoola addressing the press during the 1st Annual East African Community Conference at Naguru Skyz Hotel on Friday March 1, 2019. Photo by Karim Ssozi

Speaking at a press conference held Friday at Skyz Hotel Naguru, Ogoola explained the need for professionals in Uganda to attend the 1st Annual East African Community Conference, slated for 15th March at Naguru Skyz Hotel.

 
Hon (Rtd) Justice James Ogoola said that youths and professionals should harness the opportunities the East African Integration presents. 
 
Speaking at a press conference held Friday at Skyz Hotel Naguru, Ogoola explained the need for professionals in Uganda to attend the 1st Annual East African Community Conference, slated for 15th March at Naguru Skyz Hotel. 
 
The conference, he added, will be held under the theme ‘Legal, Economic and Business Implications of East African Intergration.
 
“Because East African Intergration brings not only economic but also legal business and political implications, we anticipate to have participants from a wide variety of back grounds including, bankers, economists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, accountants, retailers, logisitics handlers, oil and gas practitioners, civil servants and politicians,” he explained. 
 
He added that the East African Community Conference will provide an opportunity for companies, individuals and organizations looking to trade across the region to gain visibility, learn best practices and network with potential clients.
 
“Even more importantly, the conference will enlighten participants about the upcoming legal, economic and business developments in the East African Community, including the operationalization of the East African Community Competition Authority, the decision on the permanent seat of the East African Court of Justice, among others,” relayed Ogoola.
 
The East African Community Conference is being organized by the African Institute of Regional Integration Studies (AIRIS) in association with the Centre for Law, Economics and Policy on East African integration (Clep East Africa.) 
 
 
 
 
  

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