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As a commodity exchange company, the EAX aims to increase regional market efficiency and give the growing population, particularly small holder farmers, better access to commercial markets. The company links small-scale farmers in the East African community (EAC) to agricultural and financial markets so they can get competitive pricing for crops and access to finance.
EAX Outreach Program in 2015
ECOBANK extends loans to Rwandan farmers through EAX Electronic Warehouse Receipt
Enhancing Rwanda’s commodity trading platform
EAX Membership Network Forum Launched.
Friday, 18th September 2015, the East Africa Exchange (EAX) launched its member’s network to serve as a forum for resolving common challenges facing the Exchange’s members. In an event gathering representatives of members, EAX staff, officials from Rwanda Ministry of Agriculture (MINAGRI) and Collateral Management International (CMI) warehouse managers, this was an opportunity to train members on EAX products and raise awareness on service level agreements for warehouse operations, trading, price data, compliance, grading, settlement and delivery.
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