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Next Brussels Briefing n.58 “Africa’s Agriculture Trade in a changing environment”

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Brussels, 21 October 2019/ACP/: The next Brussels Development Briefing n. 58 on “Africa’s Agriculture Trade in a changing environment” organised by CTA, the European Commission/EuropeAid, the ACP Secretariat, IFPRI, Concord and BMZ/GIZ will be held on Wednesday 23 October 2019 (9h00-13h00) at Hotel Sofitel Brussels Europe, Place Jourdan 1, 1040 Brussels.
 
The briefing will bring various perspectives and experiences around the new trends and opportunities in intra-Africa trade in the context of free trade agreements and regional integration. We will also show Africa trade within the broader global trade picture and with the EU as one of the main trade partners.
 
Experts will present trends and prospects of regional trade in Africa in the light of new policy developments as well as Africa’s recent performance in different markets. We will also hear successes and innovative models in regional trade across regions in Africa and lessons learned for upscaling and expanding regional trade.
 
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