Actualising the African Economic Vision- a practical handbook on AFCFTA


 Actualising the African Economic Vision- a practical handbook on AFCFTA

When the African Heads of State and Government met at the extraordinary African Union (AU) summit in March 2018 at Kigali, Rwanda, the primary focus for signing and adoption of the Agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) was to create an economic vehicle for enhanced welfare and prosperity for African citizens.


The establishment of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in

2018 marked a significant step forward in the economic integration efforts for Africa. The prospects of the AfCFTA have received growing interest in international trade policy, particularly, due to the high level of commitment shown by the contracting parties to the AfCFTA Agreement. Long after Africa’s political independence, the time for economic independence is here; all hands should be on deck to make this successful.

-              The book is FOREWORD by: Prof. Benedict Oramah – President and Chairman of Afrexim Bank

-              The book is ENDORSED by the African Union Commissioner for Economic Development, Trade, Industry, Tourism and Minerals – H.E Albert M. Muchanga

-              The book has been Peer Reviewed by several Chief Trade Negotiators in Africa.

-             The book has been endorsed recently by the European Union's Head of Trade in Accra

Advancing gross sensitisation, education and disseminating accurate and adequate information on the AfCFTA after the launch of the book; we highly recommend that all members of GNBCC purchase copies for all staffs in each company. This action will prepare your staffs with the needed knowledge on the AfCFTA for inclusivity and at the long run, harnessing the opportunities. This highly recommended book is expected to be in/on every boardroom, office desk and students as video-endorsed by the African Union.

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For the book please contact:


Selasi Koffi Ackom

Chief Executive Officer

Ghana International Trade & Finance Conference - GITFiC

Office: +233 303 20 90 55




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