The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is unlikely to boost intra-trade in Chad, according to our study, which recommends several measures to promote development, growth and poverty reduction.
The AfCFTA enterprise must accommodate the aspirations of all stakeholders in new debates and decisions about social and labour issues in the process of negotiating an inclusive Continental Free Trade Area.
The trade union movement in Africa is working to adopt strategies that can promote developmental outcomes of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement. Here are some key messages emerging from our work so far.
The Intellectual Property (IP) rights under the African Continental Free Trade Area will offer us the opportunity to recognise the economic value in promoting Geographical Indications through IP instruments.