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Mojatu Foundation

Free trade and the free movement of people are both crucial for Africa’s long-term development. Although they are complementary, governments show more political will for implementing free trade than allowing free movement of people. This policy brief explores the relationship between the African Continental Free Trade Area and the movement of people. It makes suggestions about how Africa can better use the opportunities presented by both.


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