The estimated trade exchange between Poland and African countries in 2021 amounted to almost $8 billion; an almost 30 percent growth compared to 2021, and according to Ministry for Development and Technology, Poland’s export potential to Africa is around $200 billion The Polish-African Economic Forum, as part of the 2022 World Expo, took place in […]
The high point of Vienna’s Europe-Africa Forum for the Czech Republic was a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who is also an acting chair of the African Union.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki urged European companies to invest in Africa to decrease migration pressure from the continent. “Africa is a powerful and interesting market for Europe and especially good for Polish companies,” Morawiecki underlined.
Hundreds of businessmen and politicians from both European and African Unions are heading to Vienna to deepen economic cooperation between the two continents. The Czech representation led by PM Babiš will be one of the biggest.
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