Overview

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) has emerged as a significant development in fostering economic integration among African nations.

As one of the world’s fastest-growing economic regions, Africa seeks to deepen its trade relationships with various global partners, including China. The potential implications of the AfCFTA for Africa-China trade are substantial, as it aims to create a single market of over 1.2 billion people and a combined GDP exceeding $2.5 trillion.

 In this webinar, ACCPA seeks to explore the opportunities and challenges that the AfCFTA presents for Africa’s trade with China, shedding light on how this agreement can potentially reshape the economic dynamics between the two regions.

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SPEAKERS

Linda Calabrese

Development Economist & Researcher 

ODI, UK

Mercy Tedeku

Research Associate

ACCPA, Ghana

Dr. Ibrahima Niang

Assistant Lecturer in Economic Sociology
Cheikh Anta Diop University, Senegal

Dr. Nancy Lohalo

Senior Research Fellow
ACCPA

Mikatekiso Kubayi

Researcher
Institute for Global Dialogue (at UNISA)

Dr. Stacey Links

Assistant Professor, Leiden University
Advisory Panel Member, ACCPA

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