Economic Development in Africa Report 2009
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Economic Development in Africa Report 2009

Strengthening Regional Economic Intregration for Africa’s Development

The Report focuses on ways of strengthening regional economic integration for Africa’s development. It complements existing institutional analyses of regional integration in Africa with an economic analysis of trade in goods and services, migration and investment, and surveys recent trends in these flows and assesses the potential for increasing them in ways that will support economic development. The report finds that - when designed and implemented within a broader development strategy regional integration could help improve competitiveness and serve as a launching pad for African economies’ effective participation in the global economy.

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The Economic Development in Africa Report 2009 was prepared by a research team consisting of Norbert Lebale (team leader), Janvier Nkurunziza, Shigehisa Kasahara and Martin Halle. Melvin Ayogu and Christian Kingombe contributed as consultants.

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