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ABOUT US Geram Communications is a communication and international development consultancy firm whose mission is to promote relations and business partnerships between North American and African companies. We make the case for the vast economic potential of African countries and to make North American entrepreneurs and investors aware of the business opportunities available in those markets and, on the other, to help African businesses and countries discover North American expertise and know-how and the staggering possibilities for financing and partnership existing in the New World.

READERSHIP Because of the specialized nature of its content, Africa Trade is primarily targeted to business managers and executives as well as officials and authorities responsible for the economic development of Africa and the world.

Africa Trade is devoted first and foremost to trade and to investors. It aspires to go beyond the facile view of an Africa in motion by driving home the notion of Africa as a place to do business and invest. Africa Trade provides in-depth coverage of the changes in the trading dynamics between Africa and the rest of the world. It identifies the strengths and weaknesses of these manifold trade relations and seeks to resolve a number of important issues and questions, one of them being: Can Africa manufacture that which it now imports? Africa Trade also brings detailed analysis to investment trends, paying particular attention to Africans' stake in the continent. Because of the increasingly influential role played by foreign direct investment (FDI) in Africa, the extent to which African nations themselves inject funds into their continent's economic development constitutes data of vital importance. Another of the magazine's missions is to continue explaining the workings of the North American market. As part of the drive to enter this market, the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) allow products from some 40 African countries duty-and quota-free entry to the American market. In addition to oil, US exports to sub-Saharan Africa include equipment goods, motor vehicles and car parts, wheat and other cereals, clothing, jewelry, fruits and vegetables, wine, nuts, spices and other cash crops such as cocoa. The situation in Canada is very similar, given the proximity of the two markets.


The African Development Bank serves as a model in this respect, with its multiple agreements and partnerships for investing in the diversification of Africa's economic fabric and the promotion of trade in Africa. For the African Development Bank, “progress made by Africa's economies in achieving economic growth must go hand-in-hand with initiatives to stimulate their long-term competitiveness, if the continent is to see any lasting improvement.”

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Africa Trade sponsors television and radio programming content, in whole or in part, as well as offer its own economic reports and shows for television. The networks being considered are pan-African and global in reach. Moreover, we work with international institutions and organizations on their projects, and issues of the magazine will be distributed to delegates at international conferences on Africa as well as to trade delegates in embassies and diplomatic missions around the world.

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Institutions such as Afreximbank are part of the mix. They are the trade finance bank for Africa that stimulate a consistent expansion, diversification and development of African trade while operating as a first-class, profit-oriented, socially responsible financial institution and a centre of excellence in African trade matters.

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C I R C U L AT I O N A quarterly publication with a circulation of 20,000, Africa Trade Magazine is a must-read source of authoritative economic information on Africa for North America and African decision makers alike. As per our sister publication Afrique Expansion, we estimate our readership demographics for Africa trade to be similar or greater. Africa Trade magazine is available on newsstands and by subscription through the following channels: • USA/ Canada: Coast to Coast Distributors • Africa: Subscription and target distribution (professionals, embassies, export and import businesses, international institutions, First class Hotels throughout Africa, airport VIP lounges and on business class on Africa bound flights, boards of trade)

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