Understanding The African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA)—For International Entrepreneurs.
The African Continental Free Trade area (AFCFTA) was set up in 2018 by African countries to facilitate freer trade through a loosening of customs and tariffs. The grand aim is to increase trade among member countries in order to expand economic growth. Very few
business organizations in Africa and in the wider world possess adequate information about AFCFTA to guide their decision making
about investing in the African market. The short course is designed to familiarize participants with the provisions of the AFCTFA and how business organizations can take advantage of the opportunities unleashed by AFCFTA to enter the African market and grow their
Topics To Be Covered
1. The AFCFTA Defined.
2. Investment Opportunities.
3. The New Rules on Customs and Tariffs.
4. Organizational Partnerships.
5. Marketing in the AFCFTA Zone.
6. Business Financing in the AFCFTA Zone.
7. Types of Products and Services In the AFCFTA Zone.
Who Should Attend—Government officials, the private sector, entrepreneurs. Bankers, Importers/Exporters.
Outcome— new or enhanced knowledge about The AFCFTA Defined; Investment Opportunities; The New Rules on Customs and Tariffs; Organizational Partnerships; Marketing in the AFCFTA Zone; Business Financing in the AFCFTA Zone; Types of Products and Services In the AFCFTA Zone.
Course Delivery Locations: Washington DC, USA; and Dubai.
Zoom Distance Learning Delivery: Call or send an email for availability.
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