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Syllabus of the Subject

United States-COMESA Trade and Investment Framework Agreement

  1. Introduction to the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)-United States Trade and Investment Agreement
  2. Foreign Trade between the U.S. and COMESA countries
  3. Contents of the COMESA-United States Agreement

Market Access - Free Trade Agreements

Students, Doctorate, Master in International Business, Foreign Trade


The Subject “United States-COMESA Trade and Investment Agreement” belongs to the following Online Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Doctorate in African Business, World Trade.

Doctorate in International Business (DIB) Online

Master in Business in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB)

Courses: Business in East Africa, International Relations of Africa.

Foreign Trade and Business in East Africa

Languages: Masters, Doctorate, International Business, English or Study Doctorate in International Business in French COMESA - États-Unis Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Mercado Común de África Oriental y Austral (COMESA) Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Mercado Comum da África Oriental e Austral (COMESA).

Masters adapted to the countries of the COMESA: Eritrea, Masters, International Business Trade Eritrea, Ethiopia, Masters, International Business Trade Ethiopia, Kenya: Doctorate, Masters, Foreign Trade, Business Kenya, Mauritius, Masters, International Business Trade Mauritius, Malawi Masters, Doctorate, Foreign Trade, Business Malawi, Seychelles, Masters, International Business Trade Seychelles, Sudan, Masters, International Business Trade Sudan, Uganda, Masters, International Business Trade Uganda, Rwanda, Masters, International Business Trade Rwanda, Eswatini, Masters, International Business Trade Eswatini, Zambia (Study Master Doctorate, Foreign Trade, International Business) Zambia, and Zimbabwe, Masters, International Business Trade Zimbabwe.


COMESA-U.S. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement.

The objective of the COMESA-U.S. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement is to improve the cooperation on trade, investment and economic relationships between the U.S. and the COMESA markets.

The ten articles of the COMESA-U.S. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement cover topics like:

  1. Relation with the AGOA
  2. IPR
  3. Trade in products promotion (Agriculture products included)
  4. Trade Liberalization and investment (FDI)
  5. Non-tariff and Technical Barriers to Trade elimination
  6. Environmental protection
  7. Creation of a Trade and Investment Council
  8. Taxation
  9. Labour

Non-tariff Measures to Trade

The COMESA (Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa) countries are Burundi, the Comoros, the DR Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Rwanda, the Seychelles, Sudan, Eswatini, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Total goods exports (from the U.S. to the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa): 8.4 billion USD

  1. Top COMESA export markets for the U.S. Products: Egypt, Libya, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Djibouti
  2. The main U.S. export products to the COMESA markets: Machinery, Aircraft, Cereals, Vehicles, and Petroleum
  3. Total U.S. foreign direct investment in the COMESA region: 27 billion dollars

Total goods exports (COMESA to the U.S.): 5.7 billion USD

  1. The main COMESA export countries to the U.S. are Libya, Egypt, Kenya, Mauritius, and Ethiopia
  2. The main COMESA export products are Oil crude, apparel, spices, coffee, and fertilizers

Sample - COMESA-United States Trade and Investment Agreement
United States-Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

The U.S.-COMESA Agreement belongs to the African Civilization and the North American area of the Western Civilization.

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