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the second largest continent

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Sheikh Amir Waheed, President ICCI said that 54 African countries were a market of over 1 billion people with huge potential for Pakistan to promote trade and exports.
The programme will provide financing to projects that are being promoted by South Africans businesses in other African countries.
The ICCI, in collaboration with the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) and Ministry of Commerce, organised the trade forum that was aimed at exploring new avenues of trade and exports to African countries.
Addressing the Trade Forum, Sheikh Amir Waheed, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that 54 African countries were a market of over 1 billion people with huge potential for Pakistan to promote trade and exports.
Addressing the Trade Forum, ICCI President, Sheikh Amir Waheed said that 54 African countries were a market of over 1 billion people with huge potential for Pakistan to promote trade and exports.
Speaking at policy initiative forum at SCCI here on Tuesday, chamber president Zahidullah Shinwari asked the government to not only increase foreign missions in African countries but appoint commercial councillors on merit with target-based tasks for enhancing trade with African countries.
She underscored that MoC has formulated strategy for enhancing exports to the African countries, which will bring positive results.
In the past, only businessmen and women, and economic migrants, were to be found in other African countries.
Addis Ababa [Ethiopia], Jan 28 ( ANI ): African countries could be losing 100 billion dollars annually through corruption, according to a senior African development expert.
Besides in economy, more importantly, China and African countries can be partners with mutual trust and sincere cooperation in politics.
KELLEYThe US State Department has suggested that President Donald Trump's recent vulgar comments will not hinder US efforts to persuade African countries to sever ties with North Korea.
Many African countries have yet to undergo the kind of transformation that is necessary for socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable development over the long term: namely, industrialization.
According to activist Razan Zuayter, a campaign organiser based in Jordan, the Popular Conference for Palestinians Abroad is seeking to point out to African countries Israel's "dangerous" activities in the continent, such as its diamond trade, often illegally imported from Africa as revealed in a 2009 United Nations report, and its mistreatment of African minorities in Israel.
The CWA offers interested African countries the opportunity to improve conditions for private investment, including in infrastructure.
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