The landmark $1 trillion One Belt, One Road initiative looks set to reshape global trade, but will Africa benefit?
Far from holding Africa back, the drive towards insularity in the developed world could actually help to accelerate economic growth on the continent.
An agreement between Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire to coordinate cocoa production is striking in its rareness.
The present time holds some great opportunities for Africa says Andrew Skipper, head of Africa at international law firm Hogan Lovells.
Trade between African countries is meagre, but pan-African companies have the ability to increase it.
Afreximbank to boost African trade with $90bn trade support over the next 5 years.
For former director-general of the WTO, Pascal Lamy, globalisation is far from being a spent force, and Africa has a real role to play in it.
With Africa accounting for just 1% of Singapore’s global trade, the country’s minister of state for trade and industry says there is much room for improvement.
Barack Obama reiterated his calls for stronger commercial ties in one of his final speeches on Africa policy.
Faced with its worst drought in decades, Ethiopia has had to import food aid, causing a bottleneck of ships unable to unload all-important cargos at the port city of Djibouti.