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Is The Regional Integration in Central Africa in Question?

Author: Jean-Marie Gankou, Marcellin Ndong Ntah
Organisation: African Review of Integration Vol.2 No.2, July 2008
Publish Date: 2008
Country: Africa
Sector: Development
Theme: Finance
Type: Other publication
Language: English
Tags: Regional Integration, SWOT methodology

This paper aims at suggesting concrete measures to address the numerous obstacles (political, economic, institutional and financial) which explain why the regional integration process is still lagging in Central Africa despite its long history and institutional background. In this context, the authors highlight important components of the ongoing institutional reforms initiated by the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) Heads of State in order to modernize CEMAC and to revamp regional integration in this sub-region. Structural measures proposed by the authors to boost CEMAC stemmed from a thorough assessment of CEMAC’s performance resting essentially on SWOT’s methodology.
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