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Les Tunisiens Sont Favorables au Protectionnisme Mais Soutiennent les Investissements Étrangers / Tunisians Favour Protectionism but Support Foreign Investment

According to the Afrobarometer survey conducted in 2020, Tunisians prefer protectionism to free trade, to protect Tunisian producers and companies from foreign competition. However, the majority of Tunisians support foreign direct investments, perha…

Labour wary of Mnangagwa's 'Zimbabwe is open for business' mantra

Zimbabwe’s elections have come and gone with the incumbent, Emmerson Mnangagwa, declared winner of the contested vote. The MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa is, however, contesting the presidential election results and has since filed an applicatio…

Caught between Africa and the West: Kenya’s proposed US free trade agreement

In February 2020, US President Donald Trump and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta announced their intention to pursue a free trade agreement (FTA). By March, President Trump had formally notified Congress of its intention to commence the negotiations …

Africans Welcome China's Influence but Maintain Democratic Aspirations

Home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies, Africa has attracted the attention of leaders and economic strategists everywhere, including China. Over the past two decades, political and economic relations between China and Africa have grow…

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