‘AfCFTA gives Africa power to change terms of trade’

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By Omar Ben Yedder. Published on February 17, 2021

The AfCFTA not only unleashes a new dynamic in terms of market size, investment and productive capacity but will also allow Africa to renegotiate terms of trade that are skewed against it, says ITC executive director Pamela Coke-Hamilton.