Micro Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises (MSMEs) are integral to the stimulation of developing economies as exploiting the full capabilities of MSMEs will improve trade competitiveness aimed towards achieving the objectives of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
We need to start thinking about post-oil world --Anatogu
AfCFTA will be the biggest single market and projected with a GDP of 2.5 trillion dollars from a whooping population of 2.5 billion people across 54 countries participating.
Nigeria must address the bottleneck in order to benefit from the agreement, which seeks to create a single market in Africa with a population of 1.2 billion people and a combined Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $3.4 trillion.
The AfCFTA initiative is a great effort and what is even more commendable is that African countries have achieved it within a short time
The World Trade Organization (WTO), has described the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) as a recipe for peace, stability and economic prosperity in Africa.
This deals with all documents needed for the delivery of goods to the buyer in the medium specified in the export contract
Executing the AfCFTA Readiness Interventions identified in the Impact and Readiness Assessment Report
Work streams have been set up to analyze key areas of importance to Nigeria in new trade agreements
Implementation of the AfCFTA Agreement that leads to removal of tariff restrictions on intra-African trade
AfCFTA Agreement / Compiled Annexes / Impact and readiness assessment of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement