BADEA sets cash prize for best Afro-Arab research

Dakar- Senegal (PANA) -- The Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) has set prize worth US$10,000 for the best research to be undertaken in topics related to the promotion of Arab investments in Africa, the encouragement of the trade between the Arab and the African region.
The researches should focus challenges of future Arab-African cooperation in development within the globalization context and case studies for success and failure of Arab-African cooperation in the development field.
The objective of the prize is to encourage researchers to explore areas of Arab-African cooperation and to use the subsequent research results to enhance this cooperation in the development of the African continent.
BADEA is an independent development finance institution owned by Arab Countries.
It was established 1973 and created for the purpose of strengthening economic, financial and technical co- operation between African countries.

04 juillet 2007 10:03:00

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