Afreximbank to partner with Belarus

Afreximbank has announced that it is ready to set aside $400m as part of a programme to finance and promote trade between African countries and Belarus, the President, Dr. Benedict Oramah, has announced in Minsk.

Afreximbank partners with Cote d’Ivoire

Afreximbank has announced that Cote d’Ivoire will work with the African Export-Import Bank to achieve the implementation of the proposal by the Bank to develop new industrial parks in the country

41st African country joins Afreximbank

Sao Tome and Principe has acceded to the Agreement for the Establishment of Afreximbank, making it the 41st African country to join the Bank as a participating state

Afreximbank championing intra-African trade finance

African development finance institutions must come together in partnership in order to more effectively tackle the challenges affecting the financing of intra-African trade, participants at the first ever continental conference on intra-African trade finance and payment systems have urged

Togo to join Afreximbank

Togolese President Faure Gnassingbй has announced Togo’s accession to the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) Establishment Agreement, making the country the 40th African state to officially join the continental trade finance institution as a participating state

Afreximbank moving into DRC

Afreximbank has announced that it will support the effort to achieve industrialisation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and to expand the involvement of local entrepreneurs in the major sectors of the economy

Togo to become full Afreximbank member

Togolese President Faure Gnassingbй, speaking when he visited the Headquarters of Afreximbank in Cairo, pledged that Togo would take prompt action to complete the necessary steps to become a full member of the Bank in order to support the effort toward the economic integration of the continent

Afreximbank reveals new trade strategy

Afreximbank is to implement a new strategy aimed at driving industrialization across Africa and increasing intra-African trade by at least 50 per cent in the next five years