Africa Free Trade Agreement Postponed

The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNCA) announced today that the free trade agreement, which is due to enter into force in July, has been postponed until at least 1 January 2021. Africa needs to advance trade, because it may be the “new normal,” but its countries can do it innovatively and with the help of technology. Africa has never been timid when it comes to getting out of the challenges in innovative ways; The use of mobile money and the advent of fintech are perfect examples. It is in the same way that African countries are coping with the pandemic. In Ghana, the technology has been used to enable drones to deliver test samples to research centers faster. .