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19 February 2020
www.state.gov
11 February 2020
CGTN Africa
Time code: 11.43
17 December 2019
HetoGrow-Capital
12 December 2019
http://development.watsupafrica.com
9 December 2019
العين الإخبارية
العين الإخبارية | ترميم مقر اللجنة الاقتصادية الأفريقية الأممية في إثيوبيا اللجنة الاقتصادية الأفريقية التابعة للأمم المتحدة تبدأ ترميم مقرها الرئيسي في إثيوبيا بعد تخصيص الأمم المتحدة 57 مليون دولار للمشروع
18 September 2019
ALU
18 September 2019
ALU
29 July 2019
development.watsupafrica.com
16 July 2019
https://enb.iisd.org/
How do we close the SDG financing gap? What lessons have we learned from four years of Voluntary National Reviews? Two essential questions dominated the fifth day of the High-level Political Forum.
6 July 2019
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLLWAXn5F415g2kNAcE_T1g
1 July 2019
http://voxafrica.com/
25 June 2019
www.cnbcafrica.com
Vera Songwe, the Under Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of UNECA is confident that multilateralism will return to the global trade terrain in different forms, and that Africa will contribute a new framework.
13 June 2019
www.dw.com
Au menu, La ZLEC, Zone de libre échange continental pour accroître la productivité et rendre plus dynamique le secteur privé, selon Vera Songwe Secrétaire exécutive de la Commission économique de l’ONU pour l’Afrique
12 June 2019
www.dw.com
Sur les 55 membres de l'Union africaine, 52 ont signé l'accord portant création de la Zlec depuis mars 2018. Le Nigeria, première économie du continent, fait figure de grand absent.

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