January 23, 2019 DCCI Team

The AfCFTA Process and the AU’s Next Steps?

Get details about the Extraordinary Summit on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA) Agreement and African Union’s next steps.

From March 17 – 21, 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda, African leaders met to discuss the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCTA) Agreement. 44 out of the 55 AU member states signed the consolidated text of the AfCFTA Agreement, 47 signed the Kigali Declaration and 30 signed the Protocol on Free Movement. Founder of tralac, Gerhard Erasmus, tells us where AfCTA stands and the steps ahead with implementing this new international trade agreement.

African leaders held an Extraordinary Summit on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) from 17-21 March 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda, during which the Agreement establishing the AfCFTA was presented for signature, along with the Kigali Declaration and the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons, Right to Residence and Right to Establishment. In total, 44 out of the 55 AU member states signed the consolidated text of the AfCFTA Agreement, 47 signed the Kigali Declaration and 30 signed the Protocol on Free Movement.

Read more here:https://www.tralac.org/blog

“tralac” (Trade Law Centre), is a public benefit organization based in the Western Cape region of South Africa.

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