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The Department of Trade and Industry is one of the portfolios of the AU Commission that contributes to make Africa a significant and competitive trading partner
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Afreximbank May 20
HE , Commissioner for Trade and Industry of the will be giving a keynote at the in . Register now to hear his insights and attend numerous seminars, plenaries and side events:
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Africa’s trade in goods and services has significantly changed during the last decade. Find out more about Africa's place in the world economy on our Weekly Scoop!>>>
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Intra-African Trade Fair May 14
. makes a point about the importance of for Africa at the launch press conference in .
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Intra-African Trade Fair May 14
President Oramah presents , Minister of Trade and Industry of , with gift to mark the hosting agreement for the next Intra-African Trade Fair in in 2020.
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Afreximbank May 14
The launch press conference in is underway. President Oramah stated that, "the Intra-African Trade Fair is one of Afreximbank’s interventions to support the implementation of the ."
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Moussa Faki Mahamat May 13
I held fruitful discussions with Hon Alan Kyerematen, Ghana's Minister of Trade & Industry. Ghana is one of the 7 countries that has bid to host the secretariat after the treaty enters into force.
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Network of African Entrepreneurs May 12
We count on your support, multiform support for the enhancement and highlight of this great initiative for Africa
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Ryan Musser May 11
. of encourages Nigeria to be a founding party of & sign it before May 30. "Africa’s share of global trade is going to increase as a result of enlarging the domestic market. It is in their interests to ratify,” he says
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Apollos Doreen May 10
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ECA May 8
The private sector is getting ready for implementation of game-changing & historic . More sensitization efforts needed as execution beckons, delegates to national forum in , Côte d'Ivoire, agreed. & attended meeting.
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RetaUNGA May 8
Grateful 2 Commissioner that walked me today through the post-entry into force of and the preparations for the Extraordinary Assembly of the Africa free trade region.
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AU-TradeIndustry May 7
The Retreat of Experts of the Technical Working Group of Commodity Strategy is underway in from 6-10 May, 2019. The objective is 2 review Situational Analysis, 2 draft Action Plan & 2 make recommendations on resource mobilization monitoring & evaluation.
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Ladislas NGENDAHIMAN May 1
History is made. For consistency and ownership, should not limit ourselves to the threshold of 22 ratifications. Let's aim higher. Much is better. Can we have all the 52 ratifications? I have a dream.
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TRALAC May 1
ratification status: with the requisite 22 instruments of ratification now deposited with , a date has been set for entry into force: 30 May 2019 Find out more and download our full infographic here:
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Moussa Faki Mahamat Apr 29
And it’s done! With the required 22ratifications in a record time, the world’s largest trading bloc is now expected to enter in force by July this year.
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Marco Di Benedetto Apr 29
to enter into force on 30 May 2019. All ratifications required are in! The operational phase can begin Niger Summit in July. is there as a trusted partner with to deliver on the
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Ranieri Sabatucci Apr 30
and Food Safety will be a key component for the success of . The is stepping up its engagement to support the and the
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AU-TradeIndustry Apr 29
A technical workshop (UNFC-AMREC) kicked off today in on the development of African Mineral & Energy Resources Classification & Management System (AMREC) with technical support from for sustainable management of the mineral and energy value-chain in .
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Amb. Albert Muchanga Apr 29
Good news! Minimum threshold of 22 ratifications secured. & Saharawi Republic deposited today. Agreement 2 enter into force on 30 May, 2019. Ready 4 launch of operational phase of AfCFTA market in July. 1 market emerging.
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TRALAC Apr 24
Tralac Alum from Cameroon, Nigeria and Zim representing at the Capacity Building Workshop on Stakeholder Engagement on African Trade Policies and ECOWAS Regional Trade Policy Dialogue Forum in Abuja
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