Public-private sector partnership in trade and investment promotion in Africa
This paper focuses on the public-private sector partnership in trade and investment promotion in Africa.
Implications of the current Uruguay round of negotiations on Africa's trade
This document, which has been divided into seven parts. Section II looks at the implications of market-opening measures such as tariff concessions, which are the traditional areas of GATT. Section III examines the inclusion ...
Promotion of capital markets in African in the context of enhancing domestic and external resource mobilization for development
This paper examines major challenges and opportunities facing African countries in developing capital markets for mobilization of both domestic and external resources needed to finance its development process. The main ...
Impact of the Uruguay round agreements on trade in food products : zero draft
International trade in rood products represents an important part or total trade. In 1992. Export or food products represented 9.6 percent of total world exports whereas imports Represented 10.2 percent or total world ...
PRODEC seminar on business management for women entrepreneurs: enterprise coping with its environment
Those that desire to he hoiste do the 1adder of business activities by others and not by themselves are likely to experiences one difficu1ty in choosing the time and a1so)the speed at which this cou1d take place unless at ...
Trade and competition policy in the framework of African countires
The globalization and liberalization of the world economy have brought to the forefront the debate on the issues of fair competition in international trade. The opening up of economies and markets to inward foreign direct ...
Trade and investment policy in Africa
The purpose of this paper is to try and understand the role "trade" and "investment" can play in the development of African economies within the framework of the ongoing “globalization and liberalization" of the world ...
Strategies for revitalization, recovery and growth of Africa's trade in the 1990s and beyond
The main objective of the strategies for the revitalization recovery and growth of Africa's trade in the 1990s and beyond is to improve the quality of life by, inter alia, increasing productivity in the rural areas thereby ...
Optimal pricing model for primary commodities in developing countries : an application to the cocoa sub-sector in Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana
The purpose of this study is to develop a model for the optimal pricing of primary commodities in developing countries, taking into account the excess supply and demand relationships as well as the social rate of time ...