Unlocking Regional Food Trade

A Public-Private Approach

Regional food trade integration refers to the degree to which countries within the same region – often neighboring – trade food-related products withone another and the degree to which policies, regulations and other supporting enablers are in place to promote this trade. As a region, Africa trades much more with the rest of the world than within its own region, and many potential benefits of closer regional food trade integration are as yet unrealized.

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