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Egypt: Damietta Port Receives 29 Container, Cargo Ships

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The Damietta Port received 29 container and cargo ships over the past 24 hours. In a statement on Friday, the port authority’s media center said the total trade volume of exported goods handled at the port reached 43,383 tons. The total trade volume of imported goods was 29,492 tons, it …

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Gambia: Diplomacy – May the Tree of China-Gambia Friendship Be Evergreen

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OPINION March 17 marks the 5th anniversary of the resumption of diplomatic relations between China and The Gambia. Over the past5 years, China and The Gambia have been working together in fostering strong friendship, and adding a new momentum to the building of a China-Africa community with a shared future. …

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Tanzanian Agro-Dealer Suzana Lameck Proves That Women Help Agriculture Flourish

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During the March and November planting seasons in Tanzania’s Simiyu region, farmers and small agri-input distributors know they can rely on Suzana Lameck Sabuni to deliver quality and affordable fertilizer just when they need it. Suzy, as her customers fondly call her, is proof of the valuable contribution that women-led …

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Gambia: Preserving Gambia’s Recent Gains & Reviving Economy After Covid-19 Will Depend On Strengthening Resilience

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ANALYSIS BANJUL, The Gambia, March 18, 2021– Following two years of strong growth, at 6.1% in 2019 and 7.2% in 2018, The Gambia’s economy has been affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic and is expected to stagnate in 2020 due to trade disruption and the fall in tourism, according to …

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Gambia: KARMOL LNGT Africa to Begin Journey to Senegal

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KARMOL’s first Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) was delivered on 15th March at Sembcorp Marine in Singapore and will begin sea trials off Singapore today ahead of its deployment to Senegal in the coming weeks. The FSRU, called KARMOL LNGT AFRICA, will enable KARMOL (a Joint Venture between Karpowership and …

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Africa: What African Countries Must Do to Boost Trade Among Themselves!

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OPINION The expansion of trade among sub-Saharan African nations holds the key to faster growth and development to the benefit of all its citizens. To unlock this potential, countries will have to focus more on trade facilitation, including the simplification and modernisation of trade procedures. Sub-Saharan African countries have the …

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Africa: The Half Has Never Been Told – Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism

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ANALYSISBy Edward Baptist Reviewed by Scott Curtis Historian Edward E. Baptist presents a readable and engaging account of slavery in the United States from approximately the American Revolution through the Civil War. Unlike many narratives, this history focuses on how the incredible expansion in wealth and prosperity in the young …

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Africa: Gambia to Harness Diplomacy to Resolve Transit Trade Barriers

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By Abdoulie Nyockeh The Gambia’s Finance Minister Mamburry Njie and the Commissioner General of The Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA), Yankuba Darboe, have reassured the Malian delegation in the country of firm commitment to use diplomacy to resolve the obstacle on transit trade barriers via Senegal to Mali. At a meeting …

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Tanzanian Agro-Dealer Suzana Lameck Proves That Women Help Agriculture Flourish

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Content from our Premium PartnerAfrican Development Bank (Abidjan) During the March and November planting seasons in Tanzania’s Simiyu region, farmers and small agri-input distributors know they can rely on Suzana Lameck Sabuni to deliver quality and affordable fertilizer just when they need it. Suzy, as her customers fondly call her, is …

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Namibia: Tjikune Gets Houses in Order

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By Conrad Angula Donald Tjikune was a very clinical striker for both Liverpool and Black Africa. A product of the football-crazy St Joseph’s High School at Dobra, he enjoyed unparalleled success with the Okahandja-based Liverpool, with whom he also ventured into the African Cup Winners’ Cup competition by virtue of …

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