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Heirs Holdings, Afreximbank Seal $100m Deal - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog);

Heirs Holdings, Afreximbank Seal $100m Deal - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)

Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)Heirs Holdings, Afreximbank Seal $100m DealBusiness Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)A Nigerian proprietary investment company, Heirs Holdings Limited, has entered into a deal with the African Export–Import Bank (Afreximbank). At the 24th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the bank taking place in Kigali, the Rwandan capital, the Nigerian ...and more »

Former Nigerian president backs used clothes ban - The New Times;

Former Nigerian president backs used clothes ban - The New Times

The New TimesFormer Nigerian president backs used clothes banThe New TimesFormer Nigerian President Olesegun Obasanjo addresses journalists on the sidelines of the ongoing Afreximbank Annual General Meeting in Kigali yesterday. Timothy Kisambira. More in News. 2017 elections: A pursuit of civilised politics · Imbuto hosts ...and more »

Experts Back Regional Integration at Afreximbank AGM - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog);

Experts Back Regional Integration at Afreximbank AGM - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)

Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)Experts Back Regional Integration at Afreximbank AGMBusiness Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)Speakers at the 24th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) have stressed the importance of regional integration to develop the continent's economy. The 24th AGM of the lender opened on Wednesday in Kigali, ...and more »

Rwanda meeting calls for Regional Integration - East African Business Week;

Rwanda meeting calls for Regional Integration - East African Business Week

East African Business WeekRwanda meeting calls for Regional IntegrationEast African Business WeekKIGALI, Rwanda- Activities marking the 24th Annual General Meeting of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) opened in Kigali last week, with Claver Gatete, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning of Rwanda, calling for the building of regional ...and more »

Africa urged to increase intra-African trade at Afreximbank conference - Coastweek

Africa urged to increase intra-African trade at Afreximbank conferenceCoastweekKIGALI, (Xinhua) -- Experts meeting here on Wednesday for regional trade promotion urged African countries to promote intra-African trade and economic integration to address development challenges in African countries. A series of events hosted by ...and more »

Afreximbank calls on Africa to maintain trade-driven growth - Xinhua

Afreximbank calls on Africa to maintain trade-driven growthXinhuaKIGALI, June 30 (Xinhua) -- Africa has to find ways to maintain its trade-driven growth even as protectionism rises in traditional markets, president of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) said Friday in Kigali. As Asian developing economies ...and more »

Africa May Fail to Access Global Markets – Minister Gatete - KT Press;

Africa May Fail to Access Global Markets – Minister Gatete - KT Press

KT PressAfrica May Fail to Access Global Markets – Minister GateteKT Press(l) Alex Kanyankore – CEO of Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) signs strategic partnership with Afreximbank . (right) Dr. Benedict Oramah President of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank). Protective economies overseas that prevent Africa from ...and more »

Education, good governance will enhance African trade – Obasanjo - Guardian (blog);

Education, good governance will enhance African trade – Obasanjo - Guardian (blog)

Guardian (blog)Education, good governance will enhance African trade – ObasanjoGuardian (blog)Former President Olusegun Obasanjo says that basic education and good governance will enhance intra-African trade. Obasanjo said this at the ongoing 24th Annual General Meeting of the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) on Friday in Kigali.and more »

Obasanjo to ECOWAS: Adopt Single Currency to Boost Regional Trade - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog);

Obasanjo to ECOWAS: Adopt Single Currency to Boost Regional Trade - Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)

Business Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)Obasanjo to ECOWAS: Adopt Single Currency to Boost Regional TradeBusiness Post Nigeria (press release) (blog)Former Nigerian President, Mr Olusegun Obasanjo has advised the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to consider the adoption of a single currency for member countries in order to boost trade in the region. The Ogun State-based farmer ...and more »

'Africa's prosperity depends on on education, good governance' - Independent Online;

'Africa's prosperity depends on on education, good governance' - Independent Online

Independent Online'Africa's prosperity depends on on education, good governance'Independent OnlineKigali - Former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, said on Friday that access to education and good governance held the key to the continent's success and prosperity, and also called for the era of impunity among African leaders to come to an end.and more »

Obasanjo calls for common currency to boost ECOWAS trade - Vanguard;

Obasanjo calls for common currency to boost ECOWAS trade - Vanguard

VanguardObasanjo calls for common currency to boost ECOWAS tradeVanguardKigali – Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday called on the leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to agree on common currency to boost the regional trade. Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo Obasanjo made ...and more »

Afreximbank builds in Zim - NewsDay;

Afreximbank builds in Zim - NewsDay

NewsDayAfreximbank builds in ZimNewsDayAfrican Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) president Benedict Oramah has said the construction of the regional offices in Harare will commence by the end of year as the institution strengthens its footprints in Southern Africa. By Fidelity Mhlanga in ...and more »

Private sector welcomes Afreximbank support - The New Times

Private sector welcomes Afreximbank supportThe New TimesThe local private sector is upbeat following an announcement by African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) to inject about $500 million into the economy. Private sector players say that the investment could help them expand their penetration into the ...and more »

#AfreximAGM17: Rwanda is a shining star that other African countries should emulate - Ventures Africa;

#AfreximAGM17: Rwanda is a shining star that other African countries should emulate - Ventures Africa

Ventures Africa#AfreximAGM17: Rwanda is a shining star that other African countries should emulateVentures AfricaDuring a press conference at the ongoing 2017 Africa Export-Import Bank Annual General Meeting, (AfreximAGM) taking place in Kigali, Rwanda, the President and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Afreximbank, Dr Benedict Oramah said that Rwanda is a ...and more »