Economy

‘Boosting pharmaceutical sector crucial for Africa’s growth’

PharmaceuticalsThere is an urgent need to develop the pharmaceutical sector in Africa to reduce the continent’s dependence on imported pharmaceutical and medical products, said Economic commission for Africa’s (ECA) Soteri Gatera

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China, Uganda pledge to deepen bilateral cooperation

foreign minChina is ready to deepen friendly and mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields with Uganda in an all-around way, said Chinese President Xi Jinping during his meeting with Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Museveni, on the sidelines of the 10th BRICS summit held in Johannesburg on from 25-27 July 2018

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Somalia and Eritrea to restore diplomatic relations

Mohamed Abdullahi MohamedSomalia and Eritrea have signed a joint declaration to restore diplomatic ties after a decade of animosity

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‘Creation of new jobs vital for Nigeria’s inclusive growth’

Nigeria jobThe Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) will continue to support member states in their quest for sustainable development that promotes inclusive prosperity, economic opportunity and greater social well-being, according to Sylvain Boko, principal regional advisor on planning and statistics in the ECA’s Capacity Development Division

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Nairobi hosts meeting in preparation for AfCFTA Phase II negotiations

Nairobi 24The African Trade Policy Centre of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), the African Development Bank (AfDB), the UN Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the African Union Commission (AUC) are holding a series of consultative meetings in Nairobi, Kenya to initiate research on the ninth edition of the Assessing Regional Integration in Africa (ARIA9)

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