Deepening regional trade integration in goods and services

Regional trade integration has long been a strategic objective for Africa. However, the African market remains highly fragmented. While there has been some success in removing import duties within regional communities, a range of non-tariff and regulatory barriers still raise transaction costs and limit the movement of goods, services, people and capital across borders. The end-result is that Africa has integrated with the rest of the world faster than with itself. . . . → Read More:  Report on Deepening Regional Integration in Africa (PDF – 3 215 Kb)

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