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25th September 2017

Education as a tool for transformation

By Hardi Yakubu   African countries have a burning imperative to transform their economies, and it is now trite knowledge that economic transformation goes beyond just economic growth. For although, African countries have been growing […]
22nd September 2017

G20 Compact with Africa Finance Ministers call for African ownership of CWA

September 8, 2017 Strong leadership, macro-economic stability, adequate infrastructure, entrepreneurial skills, tax reforms and African ownership of the Compact with Africa process were issues high on the agenda of Finance Ministers attending the first G-20 […]
22nd September 2017

CWA Re-focus Attention On Areas Of Investments In Ghana

September 8, 2017 Strong leadership, macro-economic stability, adequate infrastructure, entrepreneurial skills, tax reforms and African ownership of the Compact with Africa process were issues high on the agenda of Finance Ministers attending the first G-20 […]
22nd September 2017

The Compact with Africa – opportunities, challenges and the importance of peer learning

September 11, 2017 The first meeting in Africa of Finance Ministers and representatives from the G-20 Compact with Africa (CWA) countries took place last week in Accra, Ghana. While Germany’s G-20 Presidency must be applauded […]
22nd September 2017

Trade and Industrialization in Africa: two peas in a pod?

September 21, 2017 Will there ever be the ‘African Tigers’? A question begging answers. A look at the manufacturing sector’s total contribution to African economies is telling. Since 1980, the sector has grown more slowly […]
18th September 2017
ACET President Dr. K.Y. Amoako

G-20 Compact Africa: Opportunities & challenges

September 15, 2017 The first meeting in Africa of Finance Ministers and representatives from the G-20 Compact with Africa (CWA) countries recently took place in Accra, Ghana. While Germany’s G-20 presidency must be applauded for […]
14th September 2017

Trade and Industrialization in Africa: two peas in a pod?

By George Boateng   Will there ever be the ‘African Tigers’? A question begging answers. A look at the manufacturing sector’s total contribution to African economies is telling. Since 1980, the sector has grown more […]
12th September 2017

The Compact with Africa gives credence to the importance of peer learning

September 11, 2017 The first meeting in Africa of Finance Ministers and representatives from the G-20 Compact with Africa (CWA) countries took place last week in Accra, Ghana. While Germany’s G-20 Presidency must be applauded […]
11th September 2017

The Compact with Africa – opportunities, challenges and the importance of peer learning

By K.Y. Amoako The first meeting in Africa of Finance Ministers and representatives from the G-20 Compact with Africa (CWA) countries took place last week in Accra, Ghana. While Germany’s G-20 Presidency must be applauded […]