First made in Africa B2B e-commerce platform launched

afrimartPan-Africa’s pioneer Business to Business (B2B) e-commerce platform for made in Africa products, AFRIMART, has officially taken off, offering prospects of catapulting the otherwise less exploited intra-Africa trade to higher heights of growth

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Davies urges tariff exemption on South African steel and aluminium

Rob DaviesThe minister of trade and industry, Dr Rob Davies has reiterated that South Africa’s steel and aluminium does not pose any threat to the US national security, during bilateral meetings in Washington DC with the US trade representative ambassador Robert Lighthizer and the secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross, as well as senators Chris Coons and Johnny Isakson

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Afreximbank and WTC Miami to expand US-Africa trade relations

Africexim miamiThe African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the World Trade Centre Miami Inc (WTCM) have signed a three-year MoU agreement to mutually share knowledge, experience and capabilities to expand US-Africa business relations

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Nigeria’s economic outlook for 2018 remains challenging, says IMF

Amine MatiNigeria's economic outlook for 2018 remains challenging, as private sector lending remains low and foreign exchange inflows are mostly short-term, stated the International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Amine Mati, senior resident representative and mission chief for Nigeria, after concluding the visit from 27 June- 9 July 2018

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Africa Investment Forum to boost development agenda across the continent

aif tradeThe African Development Bank (AfDB) is working with leading global development finance institutions to set up a mutualised co-guarantee platform to de-risk investments and facilitate projects that have the capacity of transforming the continent under the Africa Investment Forum (AIF)

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