African continental free-trade deal has a long way to go
Infrastructure constraints and internal disputes between countries, and between governments and companies, loom large over the pact
The African continental free-trade agreement (AfCFTA) is facing several challenges and it could be decades before there is a common market in which tariffs are largely abolished.
The challenges include infrastructure constraints and internal disputes between countries, and between governments and companies, that must be overcome to ensure the free movement of goods, services and eventually capital and people...
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