The need to build and upgrade the decayed maritime and logistics infrastructure, which dotted the various coastlines of the continent’s economies have been re-echoed by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank).
The collective response of all economies in Africa to the call has become necessary for a seamless intra-Africa trade flow, as the situational development has been described as weak and particularly harmful to African trade.
Afreximbank President, Dr. Benedict Oramah, who noted that ...
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Added May 07, 2018
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