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Draft proposal for the establishment of African Centre for Regional Economic Integration
by The Commission, Multi-disciplinary Regional Advisory Group in Addis Ababa
Written in English
|Statement||by United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa., United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. Multi-disciplinary Regional Advisory Group.|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .D7 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||95982840|
Mr. Jean-Denis Gabikini, Acting Director, Department of Economic Affairs and Head, Economic Integration & Regional Cooperation, E-mail: [email protected] Links for the various events: information on the links to attend the various activities can be obtained from the focal points, whose email are included in the attached programme. An important objective for each Member State of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) is to achieve sustained Economic Growth and Sustainable Development so that people in the region have better living standards and employment opportunities.. Since its inception in (as SADCC), SADC has formulated policies and strategies for Regional Integration in support of economic .
The Lagos Plan of Action for the Development of Africa, followed by the treaty to establish the African Economic Community (also referred to as the Abuja Treaty), proposed the creation of regional economic communities (RECs) as the basis for African integration, with a timetable for regional and then continental integration to follow. The East African Community (EAC) is a regional intergovernmental organisation of 6 Partner States: the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania.
Regional Integration. The AU is planned to be a forum for the promotion of regional integration and African unity through socio-economic integration, continental research on all fields including science and technology and the development of common positions on issues of common interest. In: E. J. Jackson (Ed.), Economic Development in Africa (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, ), pp. –; P. Robson, Economic Integration in Africa (London: Allen and Unwin, ), Chapter 3; D. Ghai, Integration of Less Developed Areas and of Areas on Different Levels of Development, Discussion Paper presented at the 4th World Congress of the.
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Helpful comments by Ademola Oyejide and Daniel Bach are gratefully acknowledged. INTEGRATION is an important engine for economic growth, sustainable development and improving the living standards of the African people.
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The deadline for submission of your proposal, to the address indicated in Paragraph 5 above, is: 15 FEBRUARY at hours. Proposals submitted by Fax or E-mail are acceptable. Your CV will be evaluated against the following criteria.
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that regional integration is a necessity for political stability and sustainable economic development. In terms of the political and security dimension, regional integration has been beneficial A bustling centre of business and trade; Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa is also home to the African Union's headquarters.
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The Regional Economic Communities (RECs) are regional groupings of African states. The RECs have developed individually and have differing roles and structures.
Generally, the purpose of the RECs is to facilitate regional economic integration between members of the individual regions and through the wider African Economic Community (AEC), which. The Asian experience of economic cooperation suggests another approach, focused on flexible, bottom-up platforms, improved hard and soft infrastructure, strong coalitions, deepened trade, and strengthened institutions, which could advance the regional integration agenda in parallel to the traditional political stream/process.shift to the integration process, secondly the regional integration in Africa have challenges and prospects to realizing the African dream of economic integration and thirdly the challenges and prospects facing EAC regional integration are similar to those that face regional integration in Africa.This study outlines the challenges to mutual linkages at a regional level - to social and economic development across the continent.
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