African Exporters to Lose Billions in COVID-19 Pandemic - Report

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on global trade and the businesses that drive it, says a new report by the International Trade Center. The SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) Competitiveness Outlook predicts that African exporters are set to lose more than U.S.$2.4 billion in global industrial supply-chain exports. 



The International Trade Center's 2020 SME Competitiveness Outlook.

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