Burundi, part of the East African Community (EAC),| glObserver Global Economics


Burundi’s economic increase, last year still standing at over 4.7 %, to a significant part aided by a sharp rise in tourism receipts, is presently in free fall.

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Burundi, part of the East African Community (EAC), is by rotational principle due to take over the chair of the EAC but other nations – Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda – have by presently held talks in camera over fears that international development partners will cut aid to the EAC and the Secretariat in Arusha, should Nkurunziza be elected as chair.

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