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Compendium of intra-African and related foreign trade statistics = Compendium des statistiques du commerce intra-africain et des échanges extérieurs de l'Afrique.
imprint
[Addis Ababa] : Economic Commission for Africa
description
v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
ISBN
9211250951
format(s)
Journal
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imprint
[Addis Ababa] : Economic Commission for Africa
isbn
9211250951
language note
English and French.
catalogue key
5646400
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Reference & Research Book News, November 2004
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Summaries
Main Description
The fourth edition of this publication contains trade data in Africa by country, subregion and the continent as a whole mostly for the period 1992-2001, and broken down for imports and exports, economic and selected groupings. The data are derived mainly from the Economic Commission for Africa member states, as well as UN Commodity Trade Database, regional and international trade organisations.
Unpaid Annotation
This fourth edition combines Series A and Series C of the former publication, Foreign Trade Statistics for Africa. This publication includes data (English and French) by economic grouping in Africa and selected grouping of Africa. The data is intended for users at the international, regional, sub-regional and national levels, and specifically for African policymakers and national planners.

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