Tunisia : the ambitions of the pharmaceutical industry

In Tunisia, the pharmaceutical industry is driven by laboratories and biotechnology companies and investments of about 1.4 billion dinars for 10,000 people employed, representing an important engine of growth for the national economy.  By Talel de Sinta, Tunis The pharmaceutical industry is the economic sector that includes the activities of...
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Ethiopia : $1.8 billion from export

During the first seven months of the current budget year of Ethiopia started July 8, 2020, the country has earned $1.8 billion from export of different commodities. Compare to same period the previous year, the earnings of the country from export has increased by 15 percent. Out of the total...

Rwanda A local production dreaming of regional development

Kigali welcomed during three weeks the Rwanda International Trade Fair, edition 2020. A way to zoom on the local production for Rwandan and also international groups. With this type of event, Rwandan companies hope to develop their exports, especially toward the Eastern-African region.    By Cyuzuzo Saady, at Kigali  ...
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Eastern Africa Training for exporters

To improve foreign trade in Eastern Africa, the International Trade Centre and the European Union organize training sessions dedicated to exporters in Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, and Uganda. This program is part of the Market Access Upgrade Programme (MARKUP) of the European Union and wants to answer continued delay and administrative...
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Cameroon The EU is the first buyer of Cameroonian products

According to a report on European investments in Cameroon, presented by the European Union delegation in Yaoundé, the EU is the biggest buyer of Cameroonian products globally, with 47,4% of exports in 2019. China (13,7%), India (10,6%) and the US (4,4%) follow. Non-oil exports of Cameroon toward EU in 2019...
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