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Any country that closes its doors to social, economic, and other forms of interaction with others thrives on self-deceit; its citizens and economy would be limited because no country can exist and excel in isolation.

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South Africa: Increased quota for United States frozen bone-in chicken

 
The annual quota for frozen bone-in cuts of the species Gallus Domesticus originating in, or imported from, the United States (US) has been increased from 71,290 tonnes to 71,632 tonnes, with retrospective effect from 1 April 2022.

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Burundi: African Development Bank approves trade finance transaction guarantee facility to Banque Commerciale Du Burundi (Bancobu)

 
PRESS RELEASE: The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a trade finance transaction guarantee facility to Banque Commerciale Du Burundi (Bancobu).

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WTO: a slowdown in world trade growth in 2023

  April 6, 2023

World trade growth is expected to slow this year, dampened by the war in Ukraine, inflation, tighter monetary policies, and financial uncertainty, according to WTO projections released on Wednesday. The outlook for the global economy has improved slightly since the World Trade Organization's most recent trade forecast was released in October, but the pace of trade expansion in 2023 is expected to be "weak".

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Africa Travel Market optimistic over new growth prospects

  April 3, 2023

Africa’s travel market is open and booming. This is a sentiment expressed by an estimated 600 exhibitors at this year’s World Travel Market Africa in Cape Town, South Africa. This after the industry sustained serious damage due to Covid-19.

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U.S Vice President Kamala Harris unveils billions in investment on Africa tour

  April 3rd, 2023

US Vice-President Kamala Harris heads to Africa to cement the Biden administration's strategy to strengthen the US-Africa relationship and expand private sector investment. But what is Washington's end-game on the continent? Kamala Harris started a weeklong trip to Africa on 26 March in a bid to ramp up US investment on the continent and counter the rising influence of Russia and China.

 
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