Nigeria has entered the AFCFTA African free trade agreement, increasing its market size
By: Spire Research and Consulting
AFCFTA aims to remove trade barriers and bring together the 54 members of the African Union (AU), to trigger industrialization and create employment opportunities in a single market of one billion people.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) predicted that this could boost the intra-African trade by 52% by 2022.
Will Nigeria's entry into the AFCFTA African free trade agreement trigger a tipping point towards growth?
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