African Trade Ministers to discuss duty free market in Niger
Africa is likely to enter into trade liberalization by the first quarter of 2018. This will see tax free movement of goods among African countries.
The development is likely to cause business boom on the continent as Africa leaders create an enabling environment for its citizenry.
As part of the facilitating process, African Ministers of Trade and Industry, and the related sectors will be converging at Niger Thursday, November 30 to hold talks on Africa trade globalization.
Ghana’s Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan K. Kyeremanteng will join this team of ministers to discuss the feasibility of the proposal.
Mr. Kyeremanteng made this known at a ground breaking ceremony for WestPark Industrial Park at Yabiw in the Shama district of the Western region.