North-South-South cooperation

The concept of ‘South-South’ cooperation refers to burgeoning processes of bilateral and multilateral cooperation between developing countries across the world.  Burkina Faso and or Ivory Coast will thus create economic partnerships or enter into trade agreements Tunisia, or Morocco, or China.  South-South cooperation however does not   preclude traditional North-South cooperation.  In fact, a triangular dimension is often added to such initiatives when countries from the North joins the equation and contributes to such   economic and development ventures: thus, the concept of North-South-South cooperation. Anis Jaziri, a co-founder of the Tunisia-Africa Business Council (TABC) asserts, in Le Point, that: “75% of exchanges are with Europe. We must consolidate our relations with… Read More

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