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Building capacity to help Africa trade better

Tag: Extractive industries

When global goals meet African realities: new report sets out an agenda for change

When global goals meet African realities: new report sets out an agenda for change

14 Oct 15  News
The new Sustainable Development Goals will only succeed if they can succeed in Africa. How can we make that happen? A new report from the Africa Progress Panel, Global Goals, Afric...
21st Intergovernmental Committee of Experts Meeting: Accelerating Industrialization in Southern Africa

21st Intergovernmental Committee of Experts Meeting: Accelerating Industrialization in Southern Africa

06 Mar 15  News
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Sub-regional Office for Southern Africa will convene its 21st Session of the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts (ICE) me...
Report of the High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa

Report of the High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa

02 Feb 15  News
The 4th Joint African Union Commission/United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development was held in 2011....
Nigeria: trade and trade-related issues

Nigeria: trade and trade-related issues

20 Aug 14  Publications
The objective of this paper is to provide information on Nigeria and its merchandise trading profile and regime. Nigeria is a middle-income country with a Gross Domestic Product (G...
Export taxes in the South African context

Export taxes in the South African context

08 May 14  Publications
Export taxes are increasingly becoming a focus of attention in South African trade policy, and the objective of this paper is to review the trade and economic issues associate...
Transparency needed to curb Africa’s loss of $38bn through trade mispricing

Transparency needed to curb Africa’s loss of $38bn through trade mispricing

11 Feb 14  News
There has been a general improvement by several mining companies, as well as some governments and policy makers, concerning transparency in mining deals and taxation in Africa, acc...
The New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement: implications for South Africa

The New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement: implications for South Africa

05 Jun 13  Publications
Two-way merchandise trade between New Zealand and China has increased since the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was implemented, but this is a weak test of the FTA per se as virtually a...
Africa faces the devil’s choice amidst huge natural resources

Africa faces the devil’s choice amidst huge natural resources

13 May 13  News
The leaders of Africa, the world’s poorest continent in terms of economy but richly endowed in natural resources are facing the devil’s choice: to either invest their natural r...

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