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The Africa Continental Free Trade Area Unites 44 African Economies, Except Nigeria and a Few Others

With a market of 1.2 billion people and a combined GDP of $2 trillion, the trade area is poised to become a prime exhibit of the value that integration can unlock.

The Africa Continental Free Trade Area Unites 44 African Economies, Except Nigeria and a Few Others
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