Rapport sur les conditions économiques et sociales en Afrique Centrale, 2000: l'intégration et le financement du commerce intra sous-régional
Cette tendance s’est prolongée également en Afrique centrale (comprenant les six pays de la CEMAC plus Sao Tomé & Principe) où il a été enregistré dans l’ensemble un taux de croissance de 4,0% à la fin de 2000.
Information en tant que ressource économique du 23 au 28 avril 2005
Les Changes constituent une des préoccupations les plus capitales de la vie de toute personne, tant physique que morale, qu'il serait imprudent de se passer de toute la nation dans le cadre de ses agrégats économiques qui ...
The Feasibility of economic integration in Central Africa
This paper focuses on the Africa Knowledge Networks Forum (AKNF) preparatory workshop, 17-18 August 2000. Feasibility of economic integration in Central Africa.
Mission report on the Ghananian customs component as part of the ECA combind mission to Ghana 05 - 09 june, 2001 - Accra, Ghana
This paper focuses on the mission report on the Ghanaian customs component as part of the ECA combined mission to Ghana. The Project development objective is to attract a critical mass of export-oriented firms in Ghana to ...
Trust funds activity report 2005 - 2006
The 2005–2006 ECA Trust Funds Activity Report consist of three part s. The first part highlights the financial overview of XB resources in terms of income and expenditure and trend analysis of both income and expenditure ...
Proposed programme of work and priorities for the Biennium 2002-2003
This document presents the programme of work and priorities for the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) for the period 2002-2003. The programme details the activities that will be undertaken by ECA in support of the ...
Did Africa benefit in Hong Kong ?
This paper argues that Africa did not benefit much from the Hong Kong World Trade Organization(WTO) ministerial meeting. After recalling Africa’s concerns and priorities in the Doha Round and critically looking at some of ...
Market access for African countries under WTO
The study deals with market access for merchandise goods (excluding petroleum/fuel oil), particularly those products that are of interest to African countries. In this respect,it consists of a brief description of the ...
Government revenue implications of trade liberalization in Africa: by Prof. Akpan H.Ekpo University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State Nigeria
This paper examines the effects of trade liberalization on government revenue in Africa; using secondary data, it argues that African countries must be cautious because trade liberalization may lead to revenue loss; to ...
Report on the economic of eastern Africa,2004(1) : challenges in reducing poverty and achieving the millenium development goals
This paper examines some important progress was achieved in the world towards poverty reduction. Across continents, countries were able to substantially reverse poverty and establish conditions for sustainable and equitable ...