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Africa Trade Summit & Expo

05 December 2016
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Africa Trade Summit & Expo

Conference and Expo: March 7-8, 2017

Workshops: March 6, 2017

Stimulating Africa’s SMMEs globally and locally through innovative big business and trade linkages

Can Africa trade with Africa? In an ideal world, the answer would be yes. But, despite the introduction of free trade areas, customs unions, and common markets within the region, the level of intra-African trade remains among the lowest in the world. What needs to change?

The summit looks into the feasibility of creating platforms necessary for Africa SMMEs to trade globally and locally through innovative big business and trade linkages...Read More

 

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