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Assessment of Progress on Regional Integration: Focusing on Regional Economic Communities and Lessons on the Implementation of the Agreement establishing the AfCFTA

10 December 2019

Source: www.tralac.org

Click here for the report.

Following the introduction, the structure of the report is as follows: section II focuses on trade integration; section III on productive integration; section IV on macroeconomic integration; section V on infrastructure integration; section VI on migration and the free movement of people; section VII on governance, peace and security; and, to close, section VIII offers a conclusion and recommendations

 

Profiled side events (9-10 December): Governing the interface between the AfCFTA and RECs’ Free Trade Areas: issues, opportunities and challenges; Review and validation of the methodological approach to produce the AfCFTA Country Business Index; Africa’s Services Trade Liberalization and Integration under the AfCFTA; Towards a common investment area in the AfCFTA: levelling the playing field for intra-African investment.

 

 

 

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