Improving continental free trade patterns in Africa: the role of private sector development

Improving continental free trade patterns in Africa: the role of private sector development

The Upgrading and Restructuring Industrial Programme (PRMN) and the Quality Infrastructure Programme in Central Africa (PIQAC) are funded by EU and implemented with the technical support of UNIDO. The infopoint will discuss the main achievements of the two programmes, lessons learned and how public and private authorities of Central Africa should collaborate with international community to scale up the achieved results and support the African Continental Freed Trade Area (AfCFTA)

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Speakers

Introduction

 

Francecsa Di Mauro

Head of Unit, DEVCO E.1

 

Presentation:

 

Rafik Feki

Industrial Development Officer, Business Environment, Cluster & innovation Division

 

Juan Pablo Davila Sanchez

Industrial Development Officer, Standards and Quality Infrastructure Division

 

Closing:

 

Patrick Gilabert

UNIDO Representative to the EU

 

Conference language: English

Language Q&A session: English, French

 

Venue: rue de la Loi 43-45, Ground floor, Brussels

 

 

Information and web-streaming: www.ec.europa.eu/europeaid/infopoint

 

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