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Rethinking Regional Economic Integration

Rethinking Regional Economic Integration


Abstract: This paper argues that regional economic integration remains an essential part of Africa’s development strategy. The need for regional
integration in Africa is rooted in the Continent’s geography, geology, demography, history, and economy. The current modest achievements with regional integration can be further built upon and accelerated with a developmental approach emphasizing regional public goods, regional
infrastructure development, regional policy harmonization, market enlargement, and private sector engagement. Given their size, scale, and
scope, the SANE—South Africa, Algeria, Nigeria, and Egypt—have the potentials to serve as the Continent’s growth poles for unlocking Africa’s
potential for economic integration and prosperity.

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