Rwanda Endorses Africa Trade Pact Protocol
A cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame has given the green light to protocols on trade in goods, trade in services, and one on rules and procedures for settlement of disputes. This comes weeks after 44 African countries signed the protocol in Kigali, that will see Africa become the biggest free trade bloc in the world.
New Times, 12 April 2018
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Delegates during the African Continental Free Trade Area Business Forum in Kigali in March, 2018.
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