|Posted by Ziad Hamoui on January 16, 2012 at 9:15 AM|
Following the success of its recent Transporters forum, which was held in November last year, the Borderless Alliance is currently rallying its membership drive in Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal, in addition to preparing to embark on a regional advocacy campaign.
Its has recently contributed its intake on the impediments to trade in West Africa and South Asia, which was published by the International Trade Forum magazine, a quarterly journal of the International Trade Center, which is a joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations that aims to assist businesses in developing countries in becoming more competitive in global markets.
The alliance will also present its ideas during the upcoming 3rd Africa Port, Logistics and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition, which will take place in Accra between 19-20 March 2012 and will feature the leading local, regional and international authorities in the African shipping industry.
The Borderless Alliance is currently seeking private sector participation, as well as strategic partners to the alliance, in order to create a strong advocacy platform that acts in the regional interest of trade and transport. For more information about joining or other related info, visit their website at www.borderlesswa.com