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Lusaka, Monday, March 25, 2019: The 50 Million African Women Speak (50MAWS) digital platform moved closer to becoming a reality after the kickoff of a two-week training workshop in Lusaka, Zambia Monday, 25th March 2019. The training will equip users with the required skills to manage the platform setting the stage for its official launchMarch 25, 2019
Marrakech, Morocco, Saturday, March 23, 2019: Assistant Secretary General, Dr Kipyego Cheluget is leading a COMESA delegation to the Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development taking place in Marrakech, Morocco. The team is participating in the Regional Coordination Mechanism for Africa (RCM-Africa) meeting. The RCM-Africa derives its mandate from UN resolution 32/197, which directedMarch 23, 2019
A delegation of Egyptian investors visited the COMESA Secretariat to explore investment opportunities in various sectors of the economies in the region. The delegation comprising 35 members led by Chairman of the African Cooperation Committee of the Federation of Egyptian Industries Sherif El Gabaly met Secretary General Chileshe Mpundu Kapwepwe on 20th march 2019 toMarch 21, 2019
COMESA Secretary General Chileshe Mpundu Kapwepwe appeared on the Breakfast Show on the Eswatini National Television station on 15th March 2019. The SG was in the Kingdom of Eswatini to Sign the project document for 1.2 million Euros from the European Union. Part of the funds will be used for the construction of the modernMarch 19, 2019
In preparation for a Customs Union the 11th Meeting of the Council of Ministers held in Cairo, Egypt adopted a Road Map that outlined programmes and activities whose implementation was necessary before the launching of the Union.read more
FREE TRADE AREA
The FTA was achieved on 31st October, 2000 when 9 of the member States namely Djibouti, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Sudan, Zambia and Zimbabwe eliminated their tariffs on COMESA originating products.read more
Trade liberalisation and Customs co-operation; Improve administration of transport and communications to ease the movement of goods & services; The harmonisation of macro-economic and monetary policies throughout the region.read more
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