The African Heads of States and Governments pose during African Union (AU) Summit for the agreement to establish the African Continental Free Trade Area in Kigali, Rwanda, on March 21, 2018. / AFP / STR
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African leaders Wednesday signed what is being called the largest free trade agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organization.The aim is to have agreement, signed by 44 of the African Union's 55 member states, enter into force by the end of this year, said the chair of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat.While Africa's largest economies are expected to benefit most from the deal, some of them worry that more people from poorer countries will migrate their way.
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