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EU-Mercosur: a nightmare for nature

The deal as negotiated is in principle a neocolonial, extractivist instrument: intended to secure EU imports of commodities and raw materials from South America, while increasing EU exports of industrial and chemical products.

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UAE-Israel Cepa to take effect on April 1

Tariffs will be removed or reduced on more than 96 per cent of product lines, covering 99 per cent of the current value of traded goods.

Britain to join trans-Pacific trade pact

Britain struck a deal to join an 11-country trans-Pacific trade pact which includes Japan and Australia as it looks to deepen ties in the region and build its global trade links after leaving the European Union.

Why Nigeria may not leverage AfCFTA to revamp ailing economy

On the strength of Nigeria’s estimated 200 million population and huge market, she was tipped as the biggest potential beneficiary of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement. However, two years after trading commenced on January 1, 2021, Nigeria is yet to begin practical implementation of the trade pact.