October 21

October 20

  • Algeria: Drop in Trade Surplus in Nine First Months of 2014

    Algerie Presse Service

    Algeria recorded a trade surplus of USD 5.39 billion during the nine first months of 2014 against USD 6.6 billion during the same period of the previous year, 18% down, Algerian... Read more »

  • Tanzania: UK Trade & Investment London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania [press release]

    PR Newswire

    14 UK companies cutting across various sectors e.g. Education and Training, Security, Consultancy, Healthcare amongst others are hoping to penetrate new trade opportunities within... Read more »

  • Uganda: Reaping From Trade Shows


    Over the past week, thousands of people have thronged Lugogo in Kampala to take part in the annual Uganda International Trade Fair (UGITF), which is organized by the Uganda... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Euro Global Rewards Trade Partners

    This Day

    Euro Global Foods and Distilleries Limited, a subsidiary of Sona Group of Companies recently honoured top performers among its distributors across Nigeria at its 2014 Annual... Read more »

  • Somalia: SCTU Complains From Federal Government Minister

    Dalsan Radio

    The Chairman of Somali Congress of Trade Unions (SCTU) Mr. Mohamed Osman Hagi told Dalsan Radio that he is worried about the work relationship between the congress and the ministry... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Traffic Forces Lcci to Retain Trade Fair At TBs


    The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, LCCI, has said it will retain the Tafawa Balawa Square (TBS) as venue for the 2014 Lagos International Trade Fair, due to traffic... Read more »

October 19

October 18

October 17

  • South Africa: SA Takes Up Citrus Black Spot Issue At WTO


    South Africa has raised the issue of the European Union's regulations on Citrus Black Spot at the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Committee of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), says... Read more »

  • Kenya: Govt to Lose Sh4 Billion in EU Export Duties

    The Star

    Fresh produce exporters to the European Union will still lose up to Sh4.02 billion in import duty even after the long awaited trade pact with EAC was finally signed on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Rwanda: President Kenyatta Travels to Rwanda for East African Business Summit [press release]

    Kenya Presidency

    President Uhuru Kenyatta this morning left the country for Kigali, Rwanda, to attend the East African Business Summit. Read more »

  • Rwanda: MPs Task NAEB On Meat Exports

    New Times

    Lawmakers have called on the National Agricultural Export Board (Naeb) to do more to widen export base of the country. Read more »

  • Nigeria: FG Partners Oduaccima On Regional Int'l Trade Fair

    Daily Independent

    The Planning Committee of the 2014 Odua International Trade Fair has said that the Federal Government has concluded plans to partner with Odua Chamber of Commerce, Industries,... Read more »

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