Posted by: APO | 14 October 2016

New EU-UNCTAD Agreement to help Central Africa cut its Trade Costs

UNCTAD is set to support Central African countries cut the costs of their cross-border trade, after signing a three-year €380,000 ($420,000) deal with the European Union in Brussels on Friday. The grant enables UNCTAD to help countries comply with various trade regulations, including the Trade Facilitation Agreement, [a World Trade Organization (WTO) agreement](,… Read more on


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