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ECOWAS and Sub-Regional Integration in West Africa: An Appraisal

  title={ECOWAS and Sub-Regional Integration in West Africa: An Appraisal},
  author={O. Fayomi and G. L. Adeola},
  • O. Fayomi, G. L. Adeola
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • Regional integration is viewed as a veritable means of leveraging comparative advantage within a common market for the purpose of promoting trade growth and development. It is the recognition of the inevitable role of trade to stimulate rapid socio-economic cum political development that spurs countries within West African sub-region to establish the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). In the last four decades of its existence, the community has been able to achieve remarkable… CONTINUE READING
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