The International Monetary Fund may provide Guinea-Bissau with a three-year loan worth roughly USD23.9m to support a program of economic reforms, including measures to strengthen fiscal management.Read Full Story
United States President Barack Obama has made his annual determination regarding country eligibility for the African Growth and Opportunity Act, and has reinstated Guinea-Bissau's eligibility for its benefits, but withdrawn those of South Sudan and The Gambia, with effect from January 1, 2015.Read Full Story
Acting United States Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis has announced that the United States is exploring the possibility of a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement with the Economic Community of West African States.Read Full Story
Speaking at the recent Aviation Days summit in Dakar, Senegal, the Director General of the International Air Transport Association called on the industry and leaders to prioritise work towards improving safety, regional cooperation and support for infrastructure projects, to unlock the potential of the aviation sector as a force that can drive economic development and integration.Read Full Story
Portugal is to add to its collection of tax treaties still further, with the announcement that negotiations have been concluded with two key countries, and that a new tax information exchange agreement has been signed. Read Full Story
The Portuguese government is seeking to expand its tax treaty network, beginning negotiations with three new countries over the last month: Peru, Gabon and Senegal. Read Full Story
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