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AFRAA to host monthly top executive leadership series

Posted 28 April 2021 · Add Comment

African Airlines Association (AFRAA) is hosting the AFRAA Sky-Connect Dialogues - a monthly top executive leadership series on developments within the aviation space in Africa and globally.

 

The May 2021 edition of the AFRAA Sky-Connect will host Emily Mburu- Ndoria, director trade in services for one-on-one dialogue with matters on the AfCFTA and how it will impact Africa.

 

Insights include:

 

AfCFTA and how it will impact Africa

Status update on AfCFTA since Jan 2021 - progress made, challenges and next steps

COVID-19 - a facilitator or stumbling block to AfCFTA progress

Regulatory and policy harmonization for trade facilitation

Inter-relationship between the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM); the Africa Continental

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