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    In the era of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCTA), join us in navigating doing business in and with Africa!

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Ready to Transform Your Business Beyond Borders?

In the era of the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCTA), join us in navigating doing business in and with Africa!


Strategic Pillars 2022-2025

Designed to create alignment for all programs, services, and public policy work provided by PACCI. This includes an assessment of all current programs and services to ensure their purpose supports one or more of our strategic priorities.

Projects and initiatives that advance intra-African trade, namely the implementation of the AfCFTA, job creation, investment, and economic growth priorities of African countries.

Promote an enabling business environment by identifying current business environment strengths and opportunities, gaining and sharing access to business information held by both public and private bodies.

Focus is provided to increase greater awareness of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which constitute over 90% of Africa’s market, of the need to address environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, including gender diversity and equity.

Support the development of gender-responsive policies and programs for business development and investment

including access to finance and new technologies.

PACCI plans to deliver real-time connectivity to every chamber of commerce in Africa where business, consultants, media professionals can engage with each other and undertake digital trade to boost Intra-Africa trade.


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Upcoming Events


Maiden Voyage Connecting Markets.

Organized by the Pan-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) in collaboration with BG-ICC and Pitch World Fast. The event includes active participation in Algeria’s Investment Forum on December 18&19 and engaging B2B matchmaking sessions Dec 17th.

Latest from PACCI

October 4th 2023, Addis Ababa 

Mr. Ali Adji Mahamat Seid, President of Chad’s Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture, Mines, and Handicrafts, and the current President of the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) held a meeting with H.E Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, in his office. Also in attendance were H.E Amb. Albert M. Muchanga, Commissioner for Economic Development, Trade, Tourism, Industry and Minerals (ETTIM), African Union Commission, Prof Mohamed El Hacen Lebatt, African Union Commission Chief of Staff, and Mr. Kebour Ghenna, Executive Director of PACCI.

H.E Moussa Faki congratulated the newly elected President of PACCI and highlighted the opportunity presented by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) for businesses to create long-term prosperity through innovative and sustainable business models, products, and services. H.E Moussa Faki expressed the AU’s commitment to establishing mechanisms for close collaboration with PACCI, aiming to involve PACCI in all trade-related AU activities, with the goal of making chambers a fundamental component of business representation within the AU.

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