The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has called on financial gurus in the continent to promote intra-African trade.
This came from the Executive Vice President, Business Development and Corporate Banking in African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), Amr Kamel at the bank’s Annual Seminar and Workshop on Structured Trade Finance in Casablanca, Morocco.
Kamel also called on the media to inform the people and promote the importance of intra-African trade.
According to him, “Morocco has undergone an incredible transformation after efforts to modernise and expand its infrastructure, upgrade roads, ports and airports to support its intention of becoming a commercial crossroad between Africa and the West.
“Electricity has reached 99 percent of the population and more than 85 percent have access to potable water.
“Manufacturing has become a mainstay of the economy with Morocco emerging as Africa’s largest automotive producer and a hub for aeronautical manufacturing.”