1 edition of Co-operation and trade in livestock products in the ECOWAS sub-region. found in the catalog.
Co-operation and trade in livestock products in the ECOWAS sub-region.
by UN Economic Commission for Africa, Joint ECA/FAO Agriculture Division in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Written in English
|Contributions||Joint ECA/FAO Agriculture Division.|
|LC Classifications||HD9427.A3842 C66 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||81980489|
The union was established on 28 May , with the signing of the Treaty of Lagos, with its stated mission to promote economic integration across the region. A revised version of the treaty was agreed and signed on 24 July in Cotonou. Considered one of the pillar regional blocs of the continent-wide African Economic Community, the stated goal of ECOWAS is to achieve "collective self Area: 5,, km² (1,, sq mi) (7th). According to Chijike, ‘’Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) was established on by two Generals. The main ambition is to bring cooperation and collaboration in the socio-economic policies of the region. The integration of the sub-region became unavoidable need to set up the region as well as.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) was established in to promote economic co-operation and integration in the West African sub-region. It is believed that law is one veritable instrument that can help sustain economic development in any human society. Without law, the society would be in the state. The ECOWAS Trade Liberalisation Scheme: Genesis, Conditions and Appraisal trade liberalisation programmes aimed at achieving free trade areas in each of the five sub-regions by around Success at this stage was expected to transform the lower-level RIAs into effective building blocks for the continent-wide AEC. This clearly situates the lower.
ECOWAS Common Investment Market Implementation of measures aimed at enhancing the investment climate and scaling up the attractiveness of the ECOWAS region as a single market has been of special interest to regional policy makers since the responsibility was enshrined in the ECOWAS Treaty by the Founding Fathers. However, theFile Size: 32KB. Here is the trade-off: Morocco’s direct investment in ECOWAS has doubled between and , from MAD million to over 2 billion. This can only grow higher. When it comes to the vote on the Morocco question, Nigeria should prioritize its own interests and .
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The region has about 25% of the cattle in. sub-Saharan Africa, 33% of the sheep, 40% of the goats and 20% of the camels. Other herbivores (camelids), short-cycle animals (pigs, poultry) and various other species used as draught or pack animals (horses, donkeys, and camels File Size: 2MB.
It is dominated by mining commodities (oil resources, iron, bauxite, manganese, gold, etc.) and agriculture (coffee, cocoa, cotton, rubber, fruits and vegetables and other products rather marketed within the region (dry cereals, roots and tubers, livestock products), etc.
Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana and Senegal concentrate 87 percent of this trade, with 79 percent of regional imports ($55, million. ECOWAS - Trade and Market Integration Trade and market integration are at the heart of ECOWAS’ aims and objectives.
Article (3) of the Revised Treaty of ECOWAS stipulates the removal of trade barriers and harmonization of trade policies for the establishment of a Free Trade Area, a Customs Union, a Common Market and an eventual culmination in to a Monetary and Economic Union in West Africa.
Regulated standards are vital to the increase in regional and international trade in animal products. The ECOWAS Commission on Thursday said production standards are to be reviewed to help develop. REVIEW OF THE LIVESTOCK/MEAT AND MILK VALUE CHAINS AND POLICY INFLUENCING THEM IN WEST AFRICA Abdou SALLA Edited by Olanrewaju B.
Smith Berhanu Bedane Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and File Size: 2MB. particularly agriculture products such as Coffee, Cocoa, Cotton and Sugar, has been sluggish, with the average growth of trade in such products in the past two decades barely reaching one-third of the annual growth rate of world trade in all products, i.e.
per cent over File Size: 1MB. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) was established in by developing West African states as part of their strategy to promote economic development and prosperity for their respective countries. However, following widespread conflict and instability in the sub-region in the.
ECOWAS to revi se its stand on being the sole integration agency for the sub-region and suggesting that it woul d “ ultimately ” become the sole economic communi ty of the region (Bundu, ).
CHART 4: RECENT ECOWAS OVERALL TRADE DEVELOPMENTS ECOWAS Economic Community of West African States ECOWIC ECOWAS Investment Code ECOWIP ECOWAS Investment Policy ECA-WA An assessment of progress towards regional integration in the ECOWAS.
File Size: 2MB. ECOWAS Aid for Trade review meeting, Abuja 27–28 Jan The meeting brought together ECOWAS Trade Ministers and Development Partners to review experience in the implementation of a number of Aid for Trade related programmes/ projects, examine the outlook for donor funding for bankable projects in anticipation of future donor round tables.
Commissioner Ayassor noted that having taken cognizance of the importance of the livestock sector, ECOWAS has since developed a strategy for the transformation of the sector under the framework of the ECOWAS Agriculture Policy (ECOWAP) and the Regional Agriculture Investment Plan (RAIP) to harness the economic potentials of the sector in the region.
Goods must appear on the list of products annexed to the decisions liberalizing trade in these products. Goods must be accompanied by a Certificate of Origin and an ECOWAS Export Declaration form. Such goods must be subjected to the Import Clearance Procedure spelt out.
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In pursuit of the objectives stated in Article 3 of the ECOWAS Treaty, solemnly affirm and declare their adherence to the following principles: equality and inter-dependence of Member States; solidarity and collective self-reliance; inter-State co-operation, harmonisation of policies and integration of programmes; non-aggression between Member States.
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Integration, Trade Facilitation and Agricultural Exports Per formance in ECOWAS Sub-Region. In M. Ncube, I. Faye & A. Verdier-Chouchane (Eds.), Regional.
The total value of agricultural commodities and livestock traded within the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) sub-region hit US$ million as at DecemPermanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS) study has shown.
West Africa Trade Hub Business Environment ETLS Gap Analysis The ETLS will establish the essential foundations of the common market, allowing goods to be traded duty free between ECOWAS Member States and harmonizing the paperwork requirements for vehicles moving throughout the Size: 1MB.
The Legal Framework For Economic Integration, Trade and Investment in ECOWAS Sub-region John, D. Lecturer, Department of Commercial Law Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT After the Second World War.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) was established in with the formal aim of promoting economic co-operation between 15 countries with different historic trajectories (colonisation, language, and administrative cultures) yet sharing similar socio-economic conditions.
During the s theFile Size: 1MB.Table 4: ECOWAS regional trade intensity indices 9 Table 5: SADC intra-regional exports (% share) 11 Table 6: SADC intra-regional imports (% share) 11 Table 7: SADC regional trade intensity indices 12 Table 8: RCA indicators for ECOWAS and rest of the world 14 Table 9: Trade complementarities index in ECOWAS .Regional Integration and ECOWAS Trade Performance The treaty, which established ECOWAS indefines a clear state that its mission is to promote cooperation and integration within the West African sub-region.
The mechanism of achieving this mission is Cited by: