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Godwin Obaseki (GGO) Sep 14
1. As we mark the International Day for , what comes into focus is the need to expedite work on the so there would be a robust engagement among countries in Africa and their counterparts in the global south.
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Talkmore Chidede Sep 19
My article on the " and what it means for Africa" published in the International Bar Association African Regional Forum September Newsletter unpacks the and its implications for Africa's development
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Lamech Wesonga Sep 19
Private Sector Should look at Africa as the new domestic market. The big question is what strategy does private sector need to reach out to the big market? Amb. Muchanga Commissioner during a meeting with at Speke Resort Munyonyo
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ᴏᴍᴀsᴏʀᴏ ᴀʟɪ ᴏᴠɪᴇ™☤ Sep 4
Nigeria with a population of 200 million people would be the biggest beneficiary of the free trade deal if we had funding for new factories. Luckily for us the African Export-Import Bank (Afrexim) has just approved $500m for the building of factories across Nigeria.
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Alan John Kyerematen Aug 28
Translation: “Ghana's Minister of Commerce & Industry, Alan Kyerematen, is one of the enthusiastic promoters of a close relationship w/ Mexico. He visited us in 2017 & confirmed that he will return soon, now as the host country for ” Looking forward to advancing 🇬🇭🇲🇽trade!
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NorfolkPartners Sep 19
Replying to @NorfolkPartners
5) Member States are entitled to be informed of new laws or procedures that affect the AfCFTA’s operation, as well as any other commitments under an international agreement such as bilateral trade agreements with non-AfCFTA actors, adopted post the
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NorfolkPartners Sep 19
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1) All you need to know about the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement- Purpose is to create a single African market for goods, services, capital, facilitated by movement of people- replicating the four freedoms
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ᴏᴍᴀsᴏʀᴏ ᴀʟɪ ᴏᴠɪᴇ™☤ Jul 14
In 2017, International Breweries announced a $250m investment into a plant in Nigeria that will be the biggest in Africa; outside South Africa. The facility has been completed in record time, and operations on. Nigeria will be the biggest beneficiary of the . God bless us.
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Alan John Kyerematen Aug 21
Last Day of the National Conference on the implementation of in Accra was a success. At long last, our beloved continent has woken up from a long slumber. The dream of establishing a single market for Africa has been the dream of the founding fathers of the continent
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NOTN Sep 18
: 3rd Stakeholders Meeting on the Nigerian Draft Schedule of Specific Commitment on Trade in Services for the
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TRALAC Sep 16
tralac is organising a two-day training workshop for journalists on 3-4 October in Cape Town, focusing on reporting on the . Contact us to submit your application to attend
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PresidencyZA Aug 26
Replying to @PresidencyZA
South Africa hopes to send more students specifically in the field of agriculture and aquaculture. ​The Presidents also touched on Chile’s engagement with the African Continental Free Trade Area as well trade, invest and economic empowerment of women.
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NorfolkPartners Sep 19
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2) Delivering the Pan African Vision of “An integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa” enshrined in Agenda 2063.
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Mondher Mimouni Sep 19
To boost , DGs are highlighting the need to work together to tackle all challenges faced on the movement of goods and people to ease the cost of doing businesses. The customs is key to make a success for African people and economy
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NorfolkPartners Sep 19
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6) The influx of cheaper and high quality products is expected to improve production in Nigeria because of the trade liberalization.
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NorfolkPartners Sep 19
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8) These benefits come with a caveat. To compete favourably with new African entrants, local producers will need a stable economic environment- adequate infrastructure, availability of credit facility, improved technology & good regulation to stimulate local production.
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Catherine G Makokera Sep 19
Really enjoyed presenting on the global trade landscape this morning at . Standards are critical if trade agreements are to live up to their full potential including the .
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AU-TradeIndustry Sep 19
The 11th Ordinary Meeting of the Sub-Committee of Directors General of Customs commenced today in , under the theme ''The entry into force of Agreement establishing the - Implications to the African Customs Administrations.
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AfCFTA Policy Network-Ghana & Diaspora 2h
Seeking to become a Centre of Excellence on Training & Education, we are AfCfta Policy Network-Ghana & Diaspora. Ready to serve!
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