August 20, 2013

CSEA Conducts Research On Trade Linkages Between Selected African Countries And The BRICS

CSEA is currently carrying out a research project for the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), as part of theGlobal Economic Governance(GEG) research programme, which focuses on trade linkages between Nigeria and Ethiopia, and the BRICS-Brazil, Russia,India, China, and South Africa. The research examines the pattern, intensity and complementarity of trade, as well as the impact of trade with BRICS on economic performance in Nigeria and Ethiopia.

The research will recommend strategies and policies that Nigeria and Ethiopia can pursue in order to benefit maximally from trading relationships with the BRICS. findings from the study will be published in a policy report, and presented at the SAIIA GEG Annual Conference and Advisory Group Meetings in Johannesburg, South Africa in November 2013.




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