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SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: An AfCFTA antidote to economic woes?

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The Covid-19 pandemic has strengthened policymakers’ resolve around the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), which is increasingly considered one of the few options available to boost the region’s deeply troubled growth and revenue outlook over the long term. However, the impact of the pandemic may equally fuel second thoughts regarding tariff liberalization and schedules as it forces policymakers to re-evaluate short-term revenue losses vs long-term gains. Nevertheless, the completion of the remaining bargaining around trade in goods and services would send a stron
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[ACTIVIDAD ECONÓMICA]

🔶En septiembre la actividad avanzó 1.9% mensual, aunque todavía se encuentra 7% por debajo del nivel de febrero

🔷En términos interanuales, la caída se moderó hasta 6.9% (11.8% en ago)

🔶La contracción acumulada hasta septiembre fue de 11.9%

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Busqueda laboral #Jewitter

Desde Judaica Norte estamos buscando un coordinador de Juventud para Marzo 2021:

- 10 horas semanales.
- Preferencia de la zona (movilidad propia excluyente).
- Experiencia como Madrij/Rosh.

Si conocen alguien que me escriba por MD.

Para el turno mañana, ya esta disponible el episodio #30 de la Economía en 3 minutos. Esta semana "Los impuestos más locos del mundo". La creatividad argentina para crear impuestos está intacta. Ya casi es adicción.

https://open.spotify.com/embed-podcast/episode/5cwzFoWW7TjrbWY4ey67AU

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