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  • BRICS commits to multilateralism

    BRICS commits to multilateralism

    BRICS trade ministers have affirmed their commitment to a multilateral trading system as a tool to promote greater inclusivity Read More
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  • BRICS commits to multilateralism

    BRICS commits to multilateralism

    BRICS trade ministers have affirmed their commitment to a multilateral trading system as a tool to promote greater inclusivity Read More
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  • Communiqué: Southern African Customs Union summit
    Communiqué: Southern African Customs Union summit

    The summit reaffirmed the importance of the regional integration agenda that promotes economic integration, industrialisation and economic diversification of the SACU economies. The sixth Summit of the Heads of State or Government of the union was held on 29 June 2018 in Gaborone, Botswana.

  • SA signs Africa Continental Free Trade Area agreement
    SA signs Africa Continental Free Trade Area agreement

    South Africa has signed the African Free Trade Area agreement with the African Union, which will pave the way for the country to benefit from inter-regional trade on the continent. “South Africa remains committed to a co-ordinated strategy to boost intra-Africa trade and to build an integrated market in Africa that will see a market of more than one billion people and approximately $3.3-trillion in GDP,” said President Cyril Ramaphosa.

  • Rate of new trade restrictions from G20 economies doubles
    Rate of new trade restrictions from G20 economies doubles

    New trade-restrictive measures from G20 economies had doubled compared to the previous review period, according to the WTO’s 19th monitoring report on G20 trade measures covering the period from mid-October 2017 to mid-May 2018. The report was issued on 4 July 2018. Its findings should be of ‘real concern’ to the international community, says Director-General Roberto Azevêdo.

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