Journal of African Trade

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Augustin Fosu

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The Journal of African Trade is the official journal of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank). Publishing services are provided by Atlantis Press on behalf of Afreximbank which owns the copyright to the journal. Peer review is under the responsibility of Afreximbank.

The journal seeks to publish articles that test, advance and develop models, frameworks and concepts in the broad areas of international trade and trade finance, economic growth and development, and international finance. Read full Aims & Scope

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Volume 8, Issue 2 (Special Issue), December 2021, Pages 62-76

Afreximbank in the Era of the AfCFTA

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Volume 8, Issue 2 (Special Issue), December 2021, Pages 24-35

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