Regional Integration in Africa

Marinov, Eduard (2014) Regional Integration in Africa. In: Ph.D. Students' Forum: Transatlantic dialogues in the field of social sciences, [12-23 August 2013, Pravets, Bulgaria]: [proceedings]. University Press St. Kliment Ohridski, Sofia, pp. 9-31. ISBN 9789540737553

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State and Government leaders of the African Union adopt and implement efforts for regional integration as a common strategy for the development of the continent. The objective at continental level is the establishment of the African Economic Community as the last of six consecutive stages, including the strengthening of inter-sectoral cooperation and the establishment of regional free trade areas, monetary union, common market, monetary and economic union, covering the entire continent. Currently there are 15 Regional economic communities in Africa and 7 of them are officially recognized as the foundation for the development of the African economic community. Reviewed are their goals, their main achievements and issues. The study analyses the progress made in the integration process as well as the challenges it faces.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Economic integration, Regional economic communities, African economy
Subjects:Economic and business Administration > World trade. International economics.
Political sciences > International Relations
Political sciences > World politics. Diplomacy
ID Code:4654
Deposited By: Dr. Eduard Marinov
Deposited On:23 Aug 2022 12:03
Last Modified:23 Aug 2022 12:03

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