This second Common Market Scorecard (CMS 2016) measures progress made since the publication of the CMS 2014 regarding the legal instruments and measures of the CMP. In so doing, it aims to facilitate policy dialogue by tracking reforms, sharing success stories, and enabling research and analysis on the links between reforms
in measured areas and desired outcomes. The CMS 2016 will bring to light, in respect of the CMS 2014 recommendations, reforms undertaken by each Partner State as well as any new restrictions
or nonconforming measures. This Scorecard’s objective is to help Partner States comply with their obligations and enable the EAC to attract more investment, expand trade, and take full advantage of its integration potential.