Post-WTO African trade

In the seventies of the past century, while studying in Lausanne, I sometimes listened to a weekly flagship program at that time from French-speaking Swiss radio called “Fête comme chez vous” which was presented by the star host, the late Michel Dénériaz. During one of these broadcasts, he sang, with the participants, the song “Vive […]

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Reshaping of the Africa / Middle East Region

The Moroccan Government has recently adopted the draft law on the establishment of the African Continental Free Trade Area (ZLECAF), paving the way for its ratification by the parliament. In this context, Mr. Moussa Faki Mahamat, current President of the Commission of the African Union (AU), considers the entry into force of the “ZLECAF” in […]

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The “Brexit” may be good for Africa

An infant depends on suckling from his mother. Optionally, it can settle for a bottle. But when it comes time to wean, he can go through a severe resistance that all parents have experimented. The colonial powers live a bit the same anxieties and undertake them also the same kind of resistance when being weaned […]

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