Acting Cabinet Secretary For National Treasury and Planning Ambassador Ukur Yatani has called on residents of the upper eastern region at the Kenya-Ethiopia border to take advantage of the recently established One Stop Border Point (OSBP) in Moyale to boost trade between Kenya and Ethiopia. Yatani says the modern facility, which is one of six others in the country, is currently being underutilized.
The CS, who was accompanied by the kenya revenue authority board of directors led by Chairman Ambassador Francis Muthaura, KRA commissioners and interior ministry officials on a tour of the Moyale OSBP in Marsabit county said, the government is keen on working towards full implementation of an agreement on free trade as earlier agreed between the two countries. The CS, while addressing stakeholders in the region also promised to establish more one stop border points at the Kenya-Ethiopia border to facilitate trade between the two countries and ensure high levels of tax compliance among traders in the region.
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