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Tag: Trade Data

tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

05 Mar 18  News
Last week’s North Gauteng High Court judgement on the SADC Tribunal case is posted (pdf) Nigeria: 2017 Nigerian Annual Trade Policy Report (NOTN) In 2017, in ECOWAS, the NOTN e...
2017 Nigerian Annual Trade Policy Report

2017 Nigerian Annual Trade Policy Report

05 Mar 18  News
The maiden Nigerian Annual Trade Policy Report has been published by the Nigerian Office for Trade Negotiations (NOTN). This report is one of several steps to implement the firm d...
Rwanda: Trade and Economic Profile

Rwanda: Trade and Economic Profile

02 Mar 18  Publications
This Working Paper provides a profile of the economy of Rwanda, an African least-developed country (LDC), with a special emphasis on trade and production (i.e. the real economy).&n...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

28 Feb 18  News
The Trade Development Forum began this morning in Kampala: twitter updates @TradeMarkEastA; hashtag #TDF2018 Call for abstracts: Corruption and the challenge of economic transform...
South Africa Merchandise Trade Statistics for January 2018

South Africa Merchandise Trade Statistics for January 2018

28 Feb 18  News
South Africa’s trade deficit hits record high South Africa’s trade balance shifted to a R27.7 billion deficit in January of 2018, compared to a downwardly revised R15.31 billi...
Nigeria launches 2017 Annual Trade Policy Report: Key messages and highlights

Nigeria launches 2017 Annual Trade Policy Report: Key messages and highlights

28 Feb 18  News
Launch statement by Dr. Okechukwu E. Enelamah, Honourable Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment Good afternoon and thank you all for coming to the launch of this First Editi...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

27 Feb 18  News
Featured trade policy process: Towards an EAC Regional Ports Development Strategy – MEFMI posts an EOI Ghanaian stakeholders agree on committee to address concerns on Africa’s...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

21 Feb 18  News
Egypt’s fourth Trade Policy Review is underway at the WTO: access the documentation prepared by the WTO Secretariat and the Government of Egypt. Extract from the executive ...
Kenya: Fish exports earn more than imports

Kenya: Fish exports earn more than imports

19 Feb 18  News
Kenya earned much more from fish exports in the last three years than it paid for imports despite rising volumes shipped in and an outcry over foreign sea food flooding the local m...
Trade growth to sustain momentum in first quarter of 2018, latest trade indicator suggests

Trade growth to sustain momentum in first quarter of 2018, latest trade indicator suggests

12 Feb 18  News
The WTO’s latest World Trade Outlook Indicator (WTOI), released on 12 February, suggests that the trade recovery of 2017 should continue, with solid trade volume growth in the fi...
AGOA and South Africa

AGOA and South Africa

09 Feb 18  Infographics
On 6 February, tralac (through tralac Associate Eckart Naumann) joined the Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town (WESGRO), along with the US embassy, the USA...
EAC Monetary Union Bills in the offing

EAC Monetary Union Bills in the offing

09 Feb 18  News
Two key Bills critical to the establishment of the East African Community Monetary Union were tabled for the First Reading in Kampala, Uganda on 7 February, 2018. The EAC Monetary...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

05 Feb 18  News
Featured infographic, @justchad_cga: Over half of oranges traded globally are sourced from Africa – who would have thought!! Extract from latest USDA Foreign Agriculture Services...
Uganda overtakes South Africa in Kenya exports

Uganda overtakes South Africa in Kenya exports

05 Feb 18  News
Uganda overtook South Africa for the first time in November as the largest source of goods ordered by Kenyans, underlining the impact of drought which saw electricity and food impo...
Promises to world’s poorest need to be kept to stop massive inequalities, new trends show

Promises to world’s poorest need to be kept to stop massive inequalities, new trends show

05 Feb 18  News
UNCTAD analysis shows that development indicators for the 47 least developed countries are trending downward, raising the alarm for the international community Economic developmen...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

02 Feb 18  News
tralac’s Weekly e-Newsletter is posted: feature articles by Prof Gerhard Erasmus and Talkmore Chidede Lighthizer’s African dream (Politico) United States Trade Representative...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

01 Feb 18  News
Published in Addis: African Union Handbook 2018 The book has at its heart information about the principal organs established by the AU Constitutive Act and subsequent protocols: t...
tralac’s Daily News Selection

tralac’s Daily News Selection

31 Jan 18  News
Africa Business and Investment Forum: (i) African leaders call for “partnership not support”: Their message was loud and clear: Africa requires partnership, not support. Afri...
South Africa Merchandise Trade Statistics for December 2017

South Africa Merchandise Trade Statistics for December 2017

31 Jan 18  News
South Africa’s trade surplus widens in December South Africa’s trade surplus increased to R15.72 billion in December of 2017 from an upwardly revised R13.05 billion in the pre...
AU launches Africa Agriculture Transformation Scorecard (AATS) – a revolutionary new tool to drive agricultural productivity and development

AU launches Africa Agriculture Transformation Scorecard (AATS) – a revolutionary new tool to drive agricultural productivity and development

30 Jan 18  News
Five countries awarded for best performance in accelerating agricultural transformation The African Union on Monday, 29 January 2018 launched the Africa Agriculture Transformation...

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