This book addresses the efficacy of the East African regional integration process with regard to the realization of the economic growth and development of East African member states under the auspices of the EAC. The major postulation is that regional integration leads to economic growth and development. It focuses on the main aspects of the integration that is the economic growth and development, trade and investment. It addresses key recommendations on how obstacles to the integration process can be overcome. This is generally applicable to other regional integration schemes particularly in Africa. The delicate question of the possibility of selected member states deriving more benefit from the integration is addressed. This book was written with the needs of the business community, academicians and agencies working in or interested in regional integration issues in mind. Other interested readers will also find it quite useful.