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Canada-Africa Economic Forum: Globe Chamber of Commerce Shifts Focus to 2021

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In a bid to start planning for the post Covid-19 era, Globe Chamber Of Commerce has shifted focus to 2021 with plans to host Canada-Africa Economic Forum.

The move is an optimistic one with enough time for the global economy to also heal, according to Hon. Nwabueze Buchi George, the President of Globe Chamber Of Commerce.

Buchi George revealed that the Canada-Africa Economic Forum 2021 will also be part of the plans to get economy of participating nations back on track, adding that “just few goods and services are moving across borders and hopefully by 2012, the world must have gotten over Covid-19 so that international economic relationships can come alive again”

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“Aside United States of America, Canada is the next destination in the continent and it will really be lovely if African nations can see what we can learn from this great nations”

He said that every nation of the world has something to offer each other and with Canada economically bonding with Africa to establish a union that will see industries, ideas and technologies cross borders, a brand new light will shine on Africa again.

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Canada-Africa Economic Forum has been scheduled to hold from 24th to 27th of March, 2021 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, while the organization is looking forward to so much more, having suspended other events as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic across the world.


Globe Chamber of Commerce which is established for the promotion and development of both local and international trade is on the frontline, alerting the international business community of endless potentials in Africa.

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Globe Chamber Of Commerce has its headquarters in Abuja Nigeria, with branches in more than 20 countries of Africa, Europe and Asia.


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