AU Calls for Regional Free Trade Area by 2017
The Heads of State Summit of the African Union has endorsed a plan to set up a continental free trade area by 2017.
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Tanzania Daily News, 1 February 2012
AFRICAN leaders have resolved to establish a continental free trade area (FTA) by the year 2017, in a move designed to boost intra-African trade.read more »
Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 1 February 2012
The heads of state summit of the African Union (AU), which ended in Addis Ababa early on Tuesday morning, has endorsed a plan to set up a continental free trade area by 2017.read more »
Egypt State Information Service, 31 January 2012
The African Union (AU) summit called on member states and regional economic blocs to enhance industrial development and joint trade in the continent.read more »
This Day, 30 January 2012
President Goodluck Jonathan has canvassed for the speedy implementation of the Continental Free Trade Zone, which he however doubted, given the delays that have attended the... read more »
The U.S. has created trade hubs to provide technical assistance to African exporters as part of the the African Growth and Opportunity Act.