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Africa gears up for continental free trade agreement

By CNBC
26 January 2020   |   7:04 am
Come July this year, the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement will take off, but are countries in West Africa ready to take advantage of this trade pact? Paul Alaje, Senior Economist at SPM Professionals joins CNBC Africa for more.

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