Angola, Ghana call to foster African trade

August 4, 2021 Prensa Latina 0 Comments

Angola and Ghana on Sunday called to boost the implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to favor economic growth and reduce the historic dependence on commodity exports.
In statements to reporters, Presidents João Lourenço and Nana Akufo-Addo confirmed their common stance at the end of official talks on Monday in Accra, Ghana, the Angolan press agency (ANGOP) reported.

The creation of AfCFTA took into account the need for African states to look inward, in search of internal solutions to achieve their development goals, Lourenço underscored.

In both presidents’ opinion, the initiative’s implementation will be a long but feasible process, ‘if all countries are committed.’  Read More.

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