Trade and competition policy in the framework of African countries
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the ongoing debate on competition policy and law, with particular focus on African economies.
No need to reinvent the wheel : achieving aid for trade through the almaty programme of action
Many developing countries face supply-side constraints that severely limit their ability to benefit from the multilateral trading system. The situation of landlocked developing countries is of particular concern. Lack of ...
Trade opportunities=Propositions d' affaires
"FLASH on TRADE OPPORTUNITIES" is a bi-annual periodical of the Trade and Development Finance Division of the Economic Commission for Africa. This SIXTY-FIFTH issue coincides with very important events in the African ...
Malawi's dual membership in COMESA and SADC
This report was prepared by ECA team of experts under the general guidance of Ms. Jennifer Kargbo, Director, ECA Sub-Regional Office for Southern Africa, (SRO-SA), Mr. Robert Okello, Director of NEPAD and Regional Integration ...
Leveraging WTO negotiations on trade facilitation to operationalise the almaty programme of action
The Almaty Programme of Action (APoA) was adopted in August 2003 to address the special needs of landlocked developing countries and to establish a new global framework for action for developing efficient transit transport ...
Economic bulletin for Africa, vol. IV, no. 1 : Part A : Current economic trends
This paper focuses on the economic bulletin for Africa Vol. iv, No.1 and this sixth issue of the economic bulletin for Africa contains a review of current economic developments in Africa, and three separate articles on ...
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 ...
The Doha Round and African development : turning words into deeds
Internal and external factors have contributed to the region s low participation and influence in world trade. The internal factors include: inappropriate domestic economic and social policies; and the lack of progress in ...
Draft rules of procedure of the Committees of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States
This paper presents information on the Draft rules of procedure of the Committees of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern, African States of the Interim Secretariat of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern ...
Prospects for developing trade between African countries and the USSR and major market opportunities : note by ECA Secretariat
Trade and economic relations between the African countries and the socialist countries of Eastern Europe have been in existence for a long time but the modern dates back to the attainment of independence by the majority ...