ACET in the News 26 Oct 17 0
Addis Ababa, 25 October 2017 (ECA) – Despite the significant contribution of the mining sector to the economy of Ghana, the country is far from tapping its full potential in creating strong and sustainable linkages, both...
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October 12, 2017 Food is big business all around the world. The very obvious reason being that in order to live, people have to eat. The things people eat ‒ meat, eggs, grains, fruits and...
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October 10, 2017 The second African Transformation Report provides a data-rich assessment of the state of agriculture in Africa, its impact on macro-economic outcomes and its recent performance. It focuses on land tenure systems and...
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October 11, 2017 Africa is a farm lover’s dream: abundant uncultivated arable land, roughly over half the global total; tropical climates that permit long growing seasons; a young labor force; and an expanding population that...
ACET in the News 5 Oct 17 2
October 4,2017 Speech Delivered By Dr. Bawumia’s at UCC Advancement Lectures 1. It is an honour and a privilege to be here with you this afternoon. I would like to thank the University of Cape...
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October 4, 2017 African countries have a burning imperative to transform their economies, and it is now trite knowledge that economic transformation goes beyond just economic growth. Although, African countries have been growing over the...
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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...
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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...