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A Handbook on Regional Integration in Africa

Towards Agenda 2063

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Foreword

The Commonwealth countries of Sub-Saharan Africa constitute the largest geographical grouping within our membership. They include middle income developing countries, landlocked and island small states, and least-developed countries, bringing a remarkably diverse array of perspectives, experience and approaches to our collective endeavours. Notwithstanding continuing development challenges, Africa is widely regarded as a rising continent, rich in people, resources and opportunities. To unlock even more of the vast economic potential of this great continent, governments in Africa are working together to implement ambitious plans for continental integration, industrialisation and infrastructure development.

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