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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-000-097 1.2. Government monopoly in export/import
Policy/Regulatory
2009-07-26 Botswana: Ministry of Trade South Africa In process View
Complaint: Botswana has a single channel marketing for meat.  
Progress: 1. On 25 March 2015, Botswana Focal Point reported that the Ministry of Agriculture (Botswana) had instituted a Technical Reference Team whose task was to facilitate a feasibility study on the review of the BMC Act. The study will determine whether or not to review the BMC Act based on the findings and recommendations

2. At the 10th meeting of the SADC Sub Committee on Trade Facilitation held on 14-15 June 2012, Botswana reported that debate was still going on in Parliament on whether private participation should be allowed in Botswana’s
meat export market.

3. The SCTF at their meeting held on 23 May 2013, noted that the matter was still in Parliament
 
NTB-000-075 2.10. Inadequate or unreasonable customs procedures and charges 2009-07-23 SADC Botswana In process View
Complaint: The SADC region has different border operating times and this inhibits intra regional trade  
Progress: 1. On 2nd July 2015, SADC Secretariat reported that the SADC Sub Committee on Customs Cooperation had made significant progress on this issue through ongoing consultations. The Secretariat is expected to provide a progress report stipulating status and outcome of the consultations this regard.

2.At the SADC TNF meeting held on 24 May 2013, in Gaborone, secretariat reported that the 23rd SCCC resolved that Customs Administrations would consult with each other and relevant stakeholders to review the hours of operation of the major border posts, with the objective of meeting the requirements by trade.

The SCCC noted that work was being done to extend operating hours for those border posts.
 
NTB-000-033 5.10. Prohibitions 2008-12-22 Uganda: Ministry of Rourism, Trade and Industry Kenya In process View
Complaint: Ban on Imports

Kenya has complained that Uganda had placed a ban on beef imports
 
Progress: 1. The NTBs Ministerial Forum urged the Republic of Kenya to review the legal notice No. 69 to address the issues of the BSE disease by December 30th, 2012.

A bilateral meeting was held between Kenya and Uganda between 29th– 30th October, 2015 and among others deliberated on this NTB and agreed that the issue be eventually resolved pending submission of documents on amended laws on fulfillment of conditions for control of bovine and other import diseases into Kenya, by Kenyan authorities to the Ugandan High Commission in Kenya for onward transmission to Uganda government "

2. On 11th September 2014, COMESA Secretariat reported that COMESA had engaged Uganda on this issue but the status still remained the same. Earlier in April 2014, COMESA Secretariat had also suggested that this NTB be addressed within the EAC arrangement. EAC focal points are therefore expected to take this issue up at the next NTBs Ministerial Forum.
 
Products: 0202.30: Frozen, boneless meat of bovine animals  
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