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ECA and experts examine links between territorial policies, industrialization and inclusive development

This event will take place with the participation of the Tunisian Minister of Industry Zied Ladhari, the acting Director of the ECA office for North Africa Omar Ismael Abdourahman and the acting UNDP Resident representative to Tunisia El Kebir Mdarhri Alaoui The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA – Office for …

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Experts review World Summit on Information Society achievements and emerging ICT issues

Organized by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), the meeting brings together African policy makers, ICT experts, and representatives of regional and international organizations, telecommunications operators, private sector, civil society, academic and research institutions Over 32 countries have assembled in Addis Ababa for the annual Africa review and follow up …

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Five Business Delegations From Germany In Namibia This Year

By organising these visits, the German Embassy supports the Government’s Growth at Home Strategy and the President’s Harambee Prosperity Plan On 21 and 22 November, 2016, a 15-member business delegation from Germany representing nine companies from the mining and infrastructure sectors visited Namibia, accompanied by Mr. Ullrich Kinne, Commercial Counsellor …

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Sierra Leone assured of Korean Government support in the Fisheries Sector

At this Meeting which followed earlier visits to the Korean Ministry by Ambassador Golley soliciting support for Sierra Leone’s fisheries sector, Director General Cho assured the Ambassador that the Korean Government was ready to support Sierra Leone’s request for assistance for assessing its fisheries stocks to ensure prudent and effective …

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African Travel Spend expected to rise 24 Percent with Introduction of African Union Passport Introduction in 2018

Sabre’s traveller survey reveals significant growth opportunity for African airlines willing to address travellers’ current pain points New research released by global travel technology provider, Sabre Corporation (www.Sabre.com), has revealed that African air travel spend is expected to rise 24% with the introduction of the pan-African passport in 2018. The new …

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GE Launches ‘Garages’ Advanced Manufacturing Program in Lagos, Nigeria

Co-located with the GE Lagos offices in Victoria Island, the Lagos Garage will offer a year-round series of skills training programs focused on building the next generation of Nigerian entrepreneurs GE launches its first ever permanent ‘garages’ installation in Lagos, Nigeria The GE Lagos garage supports Government’s localization, skills development …

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Yoghurt is Estimated as the Most Emerging Product in the Kenya Dairy Product Industry: Ken Research

Kenya is largely dependent on agriculture for its GDP, has a well established dairy sector in the nation but being the eighth largest populated country in Africa, the demand for dairy products is also very high According to a market research report titled “Kenya Dairy Products Market Outlook to 2020 …

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