Boosting Africa’s Trade and Development by Tackling Some Supply Chain Challenges
In the paper Boosting Africa’s Trade and Development by Tackling Some Supply Chain Challenges, released for the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum Signature Event “Boosting Trade and Development by Tackling Africa’s Supply Chain Challenges,” Mr. Tielman Nieuwoudt assesses Africa’s supply chains challenges, provides an overview of the state of intra-regional trade and trade between Africa and the rest of the world, and examines measures that could be undertaken to boost trade. He also highlights the key challenges to trade as a result of Africa’s infrastructure and logistics gaps.
Mr. Tielman Nieuwoudt is Principal at The Supply Chain Lab in South Africa, a consultancy focusing on factory to village supply chain solutions.
Please find Mr. Nieuwoudt's paper below.
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