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African Practice In International Economic Law 2021-2022

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posted on 2024-01-05, 11:39 authored by Arinze Okiche, Uchenna Agunwa

In 2021-2022, Africa maintained its fight for relevance in the global trade environment that is characterised by a continued/increased protectionism vis a vis the enormously expanded fragmentation of production across borders, the consequences of COVID-19, the Russia/ Ukraine war, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the rise of East and South Asia as new economic frontiers. Her strategy continues to be to expand the market access of African countries with each other and with other regions of the world.

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School of Law, University of Leicester

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African Journal of International Economic Law

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3

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185-202

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Sheria Publishing House

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2022

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en

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