Morocco, Hub of all desires

One of the recurring criticisms made to United States, repeated last Wednesday in the columns of the “China Daily”, written by international finance expert Dan Steinbock, is that “Unlike any other country, the US can print money at negligible cost and use it to purchase goods and services worldwide”. This type of analysis, mentioned from […]

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The COVID-19 lesson for African trade

The all-out crisis generated by the disease (or the fear of catching it) at Covid-19, (SARS-CoV-2; Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2), is now imposed everywhere, in the discussions of health professionals, politicians, economists and the general public when the latter can reunite. It is true that such meetings are becoming more and more exceptional […]

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Post-Brexit Africa

The agreement that Morocco has signed in recent days with United Kingdom, which will enter into force once Brexit concluded, aims to ” to restore in the context of the bilateral relations between Morocco and the United Kingdom, all the benefits that they granted each other under the Morocco-EU Association Agreement “. It follows that, […]

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Indiscretions of Brexit

The draft Brexit agreement negotiated until the end of 2018 by former British Prime Minister Theresa May with the EU Commission included, after formalization of the “divorce” of the two parties, a transitional step with a “Backstop” – measure intended to prevent the establishment of an inter-Irish border between the EU Group and United Kingdom […]

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Internationalization of African trade

The (asymmetric) rules applied to trade with the countries of the African continent have, for the most part, been posed and maintained by one or other of the EU countries, ex-colonizers of Africa. From the economic and commercial point of view, yesterday and today, they aim to keep our countries firmly attached to the Europeans […]

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The hope of Acfta

In Addis Ababa, the African Union has just announced the entry into force of Acfta (African Continental Free Trade Area) for May 30th. This date will mark the beginning of the process of commercial and economic emancipation of our continent. But to move towards a better integration of African countries, and boost trade between all […]

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Erosion of the EU

After having reigned for centuries on the slave trade, than established the policy of African colonization that the old continent has subsequently wrapped with concept of cooperation, Europe has huddled, after the last Great War, under the US nuclear umbrella for the duration of the Cold War. Then, lacking raw materials to compete with the […]

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