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African Continental Free Trade Agreement
A new survey found that found that despite COVID-19, CEOs in Africa are confident that their businesses will grow over the next 12-18 months.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo could leverage its abundant cobalt resources and hydroelectric power to become a low-cost, low-emissions producer of lithium-ion battery cathode precursor materials.
Malawi is open for business! The East African country is pursuing various investment and trade deals to help boost their economy and in line with this have signed a $1 billion deal with Egyptian multinational electrical company, Elsewedy Electric.
The AfCFTA Secretariat announced the winners of the 2021 Caravan Prize, one of which is solar-powered freezer producer Tekizo Africa Limited founded by Purity Gakuoa.
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The implementation of the AfCFTA allows Nigeria to increase local content initiatives, expand economic activity and drive local capacity.
One of the industries that can benefit from AfCFTA is the energy sector, both the traditional oil and gas operators as well as the growing number of renewable enterprises.
Foreign direct investment in Africa has seen a decline of 16% in 2020, this is according to the recently published UNCTAD’s World Investment Report 2021. COVID-19 had a significant impact on FDI on the continent from $47 billion in 2019 to $40 billion in 2020.
Afreximbank and NEXIM have greenlit a joint $750,000 grant that will bridge the gap in maritime transport infrastructure and improve trade in the region in line with the AfCFTA.
The African Circular Economy Alliance (ACEA) has launched a report that highlights five sectors that have the greatest potential to further drive the circular economy.
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