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Business: African actors are sharing experiences in Lomé

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About sixty actors of private entrepreneurship in Africa coming from Togo, Nigeria, Ghana and Benin, from various business sectors have been taking part since this Tuesday in Lomé in a regional seminar – workshop of ABR (Round Table of Businessmen of Africa).

Organized with the support of African Development Bank (BAD), the meeting which works was launched by the Minister of Trade, Mrs Legzim-Balouki, aims at mutualizing energies and experiences to meet contemporary challenges in business world.

“Association Development, Access to markets, Technology and Conformity Standards”, is the central axis around which is taking place the international meeting coming to an end on 7th May 2014.

During two days, participants will have the opportunity to exchange their experiences (success as well as failures) in entrepreneurial world, all under the direction of ABR expertise.

It will particularly be a matter of bringing light to bottlenecks that are shared private among enterprises in Africa in search of prosperity and especially of the support that can make ABR in this process aiming at a collective success.

This dynamism of these businessmen and businesswomen was praised and appreciated by the representative of World Bank in Togo, Hervé Assah.

 

Original text by: Blaise AKAME

 

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