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29 Juin 2019
www.thereporterethiopia.com
During a two-day Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) regional Trade Forum on the Horn of Africa, the European Union (EU) has pledged it will grant Africa with EUR 40 billion to help create 10 million jobs.
28 Juin 2019
https://allafrica.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
https://afriqueactudaily.com
« Comme l’a souligné le Président de la Commission de l’Union européenne, M. Juncker, dans son discours sur l’état de l’Union en septembre dernier, faisant référence à la ZLECA, il espère que la perspective à long terme consiste à créer un accord global de libre-échange de continent à continent entre l’UE et l’Afrique », dit-il.
28 Juin 2019
https://fanabc.com/
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
https://africa.cgtn.com
Ambassador Ranieri Sabatucci, the EU Ambassador to the African Union, on Friday revealed that the European Union Commission is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that will create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.einnews.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.devdiscourse.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.afro105fm.com
The European Union is to provide 40 billion Euros in grants to help create at least 10 million jobs in Africa. The EU Commission is fully supporting the African Continental Free Trade Agreement with the proposed package to attract investments.
28 Juin 2019
www.cnbcafrica.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.ena.et
The European Union Commission has proposed a 40 billion Euros package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.gbcghanaonline.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
https://realnewsmagazine.net
THE European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, AfCFTA, and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
www.waltainfo.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
https://maroc-diplomatique.net
La Commission de l’Union européenne soutient pleinement l’Accord de libre-échange continentale africaine (ZLECA) et propose un paquet de 40 milliards d’euros destiné à attirer des investissements permettant de créer au moins 10 millions d’emplois en Afrique.
28 Juin 2019
www.africanews.com
The European Union Commission fully supports the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) and is proposing a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa.
28 Juin 2019
ethiopianmonitor.com
The European Union Commission proposes a 40 billion Euro package to attract investments that would create at least 10 million jobs in Africa, its ambassador to African Union says.
27 Juin 2019
www.plataformamedia.com
The executive secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Vera Songwe, has praised the Angolan president's "ambitious reforms" to diversify a "monolithic economy" supported by the oil sector.
27 Juin 2019
www.macaubusiness.com
The executive secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) has classified the hidden debt crisis in Mozambique as a criminal case that could have been avoided if there were public procurement transparency.
የአፍሪካ ነፃ የንግድ ቀጠና አህጉራዊ ሰላምና ደህንነትን ለማጠናከር ያግዛል
26 Juin 2019
26 Juin 2019
https://mercado.co.ao
Em entrevista à Lusa, à margem dos encontros anuais do banco pan-africano Afreximbank, que decorreram em Moscovo, Vera Songwe admitiu que o continente não está preparado para lidar com o renovado interesse dos parceiros internacionais que tentam entrar em África, como é o caso da China, Índia ou Rússia, que elegeu 2019 como o ano das relações entre os dois blocos.
26 Juin 2019
www.dn.pt
A secretária-executiva da Comissão Económica das Nações Unidas para a África (UNECA, sigla em inglês), classificou a crise da dívida escondida em Moçambique como um caso criminal que poderia ter sido evitada se houvesse transparência dos contratos públicos.
26 Juin 2019
www.rtp.pt
A secretária-executiva da Comissão Económica das Nações Unidas para a África (UNECA, em inglês), Vera Songwe, elogiou as "reformas ambiciosas" do Presidente angolano, para diversificar uma "economia monolítica", suportada pelo setor do petróleo.

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