For AfCFTA to work, Africa needs to speak with one voice, says Afreximbank’s Hippolyte Fofack

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By Stephen Williams. Published on July 20, 2022

Afreximbank’s chief economist and director of research explains how the AfCFTA could spark off a virtuous cycle leading to Africa’s industrialisation and prosperity.