Mseleku made the call in Abuja at the grand finale of a stage play titled “Philomena’’ produced by Monalisa Chinda, Bimbo Mannuel, Zack Ineydo and Rekiya Ibrahim-Atta to advocate the course of girl child in Africa.
The AfCFTA is one of the flagship projects of Agenda 2063: The Africa We Want. It is a high ambition trade agreement, with a comprehensive scope that includes critical areas of Africa’s economy, such as digital trade and investment protection, amongst other areas. By eliminating barriers to trade in Africa, the objective of the AfCFTA is to significantly boost intra-Africa trade, particularly trade in value-added production and trade across all sectors of Africa’s economy.
“The tendering of the fruit is a continuous endeavor. Therefore, the Sower must be progressive in continuous quality monitoring. Many of our pharmaceutical companies, including Daily-Need have kept up with this quality monitoring’’.
In a bid to fast-track the commencement of actual trade, the Council of AfCFTA Ministers at its meeting in February 2022, agreed to commence trade based on the agreed rules of origin, thus paving the way for State Parties to gazette the legal instruments needed at the national level to introduce procedures enabling customs departments to operate under the new regime.
The Manual on the application of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Rules of Origin is a publication which sets out guidelines on the operationalization of Annex 2 on Rules of Origin in order to accord tariff preferences to Goods that meet the origin rules and are traded between the AfCFTA State Parties.
Creating Economically Viable Communittees
Defining Nigeria’s Trade in Goods Strategy for AfCFTA
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