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Towards a Structured Grain Trade in Africa

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Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Towards a Structured Grain Trade in Africa

The 6th African Grain Trade Summit ended with a clear agenda for regional grain trade in Africa, and with renewed commitments for creating an enabling environment for structured trade. Over 200 delegates from 14 countries delegates were present, including government officials, private sector, traders, farmers, processors, financial institutions, civil society and development partners all committed to work together through Private-Public Partnership models to reduce the billions of dollars that get out of Africa through food imports. His Excellency Paul Kagame, the President of Rwanda, pledged to continue to support the operationalization of the single customs territory through the Northern and Central Corridor Initiatives. Hon. Kanimba, Minister of Trade and Industry, also urged the delegates to create synergies and work together to create effective partnerships between the public and private sector to modernize the grain trading commodity value chain and to boost the intra-African grain trade.

Source: en.starafrica.com