The recent signature in Rwanda of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) involving 48 African countries should dramatically increase trade within Africa.
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The African Continental Free Trade Area: a step in the right direction
South Africa joined 48 other African countries in signing the African continental Free Trade Area agreement (AcFTA) in July this year.
Third-party funding in investor-state arbitration
Legal considerations with exporting into Africa
Cross-border trade in Africa: risk management
Crewless ships: brave new world and regulatory challenges
High-speed trains in South Africa: a dream too far…
Mining investment in Zimbabwe: latest developments
Major changes to the mining code of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Concerns regarding resource nationalism reforms are a regular topic within the mining industry and international mining conferences, such as the African Mining INDABA currently ongoing in Cape Town.
Further pressure on correspondent banking in Africa
Does the latest pronouncement from the Wolfsberg Group point to a further squeeze on access to correspondent banking services in Africa?