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The African free trade agreement that aims to boost development

Published on June 04, 2019

At a cereal market in Busia, on the Ugandan side of the Uganda-Kenya border, business is booming. Trucks with goods from different parts of Uganda are offloaded while others heading for Kenya and South Sudan are being loaded. The east African country, according to its ministry of finance, is enjoying a trade surplus with most neighboring countries, with its exports reaching $1.1 billion in 2018, up from $425 million in 2007. Such a cross-border trade boom is taking place all over Africa. Read more. Source | Ghana Business News

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