September 19

September 18

  • Africa: Future of ExIm Bank Critical to U.S.-Africa Business [analysis]

    African Arguments

    The US Export-Import (ExIm) Bank has become the latest political football in Washington, as Democrats and Republicans argue over its value to the American economy. ExIm Bank is the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Auction Diamonds Locally

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE will start auctioning its diamonds locally in November as Government moves to plug leakages and maximise revenue collection. Read more »

  • Ghana: New Dawn for Social Activism in Ghana [opinion]


    Ghana's failed economic trajectory of market liberalisation has trapped the country in a cycle of export dependency based on primary commodities while destroying the domestic... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NNPC Workers' Strike May Affect Oil Exports

    This Day

    The strike embarked upon Tuesday by workers of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over unresolved pension issues and problems with the refineries may affect crude... Read more »

  • Kenya: Us Envoy Hosts Trade Dinner

    The Star

    The US envoy Robert Godec organised a dinner for members of a delegation from the Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute. Established in 1932, PMMI, is a trade organisation... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Import Environmentally Friendly Home Appliances, Businesses Told

    New Times

    As Rwanda joined the rest of the world on Tuesday to celebrate the International Ozone Layer Protection Day, importers of home appliances have been urged to import environmentally... Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG, 14 Ambassadors Target U.S. $80 Billion Trade With Asia

    Daily Independent

    The Federal Government and Nigeria's ambassadors across the Asian countries held a strategic meeting in New Delhi, India, for the first time in over 50 years to brainstorm on a... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nexim Expresses Concern On U.S. $12 Billion Nigeria Informal Trade With Neighbouring Countries.

    Daily Independent

    Mr Roberts Onya, the Managing Director of Nigeria Export and Import (NEXIM) Bank, has expressed concern about the un-captured 12 billion dollars worth of informal trade of Nigeria... Read more »

  • Malawi: Fate of Nsanje Port Rests in Feasibility Study Outcome

    Malawi News Agency

    Whether the multi Million dollar Nsanje inland port project becomes merely a place for tourist attraction or be used for its intended transportation purpose lays in the outcome of... Read more »

  • Cote d'Ivoire: Orange Fab Start-Up Accelerator Programme Expands to Ivory Coast and Israel


    Orange has announced the launch of its Orange Fab programme in Ivory Coast - Orange Fab Ivory Coast - and in Israel - Fab Israel, a development that now expands the network of the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigeria to Lift the Trade Frontier in U.S.-Africa Relations

    This Day

    Evidence of improved governance is seen across Africa, and economic reform initiatives -- like the ones enunciated in the Transformation Agenda of President Goodluck Jonathan of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Importing Goods By Post

    The Herald

    This article provides information on goods imported by post. If goods are received from outside the country as mail (postal) articles - carried by ZIMPOST, the addressee is... Read more »

September 17

  • Africa: Pearls of Wisdom as Export Forum Nurtures Entrepreneurs [Blog]


    At the registration lobby within the Serena Hotel grounds in Rwanda's capital, Kigali, delegates make a beeline to collect their conference badges. Others chat away excitedly, as... Read more »

  • South Africa: Hold Your Noses and Ratify Europe Trade Deal [opinion]

    The Trade Beat

    Before they went away on the one truly 'religious' festival in the EU calendar - the month-long summer vacation each August - EU trade negotiators hurriedly initialled the Southern... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Kigali - a Different Kind of City [Blog]


    The Chinese pair trailing me at the check-in line at Kigali airport looked happy to have landed in east Africa. A string of comments expressing restrained delight followed me all... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $3 Billion Project Commissioned

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE and Russia yesterday commissioned a historic $3 billion platinum mining project in Darwendale that is expected to stimulate growth in various sectors of the economy over... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwanda Markets Its Coffee, Tea in India

    New Times

    Rwanda should tap into the unexploited potential of markets like India to boost its coffee and tea exports, Clarence Fernandes, the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) representative... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Ethiopian First Lady Jets in for World Export Development Forum

    New Times

    THE First Lady of Ethiopia, Roman Tesfaye, arrived in Kigali yesterday to attend the ongoing World Export Development Forum and also participate at the 5th Senior Executive... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Africa Should Compete With the Best - Kagame

    New Times

    President Paul Kagame yesterday opened the 50th World Export Development Forum (WEDF) in Kigali with a call for African economies to compete with the best if the continent is to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Again, Amosun, Daniel Trade Accusations Over Governance in Ogun


    The political rivalry between former Ogun State governor, Gbenga Daniel, and his successor, Governor Ibikunle Amosun took a new dimension Wednesday as Amosun told his party (All... Read more »

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