Positive trends in Africa's Aid for Trade, but more interventions needed toovercome constraints says Janneh
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa.;
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Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa – ECA said this week that although Aid for Trade in Africa is starting to show results, interventions are urgently needed to overcome the short and long term constraints. Mr. Janneh made this remark at the Third Aid for Trade Global Review held this week in Geneva during a debate on progress in Africa. He elaborated on progress documented in an ECA-led study: “African Case Stories: A Snapshot of Aid for Trade on the Ground in Africa”. The publication captures the African experiences on how AfT is progressing in the continent from a total of 114 submitted case stories.