18 April 2016
MCLI DAILY NEWS
RESEARCH, READING, TENDER AND
GENERAL REGIONAL INFORMATION
Dear MCLI Member and Stakeholders
We are pleased to present you with our weekly roundup of items we think may be of interest to you, our stakeholders. We are adding research, articles of interest, tender information and some other information on the region and/or on trade in Africa which will be useful. We hope you find something of value to you or your organisation. Let us know what you think.
|African Union News
||AIM and CTA Newsletter 234
|African countries, in their quest for unity, economic and social development under the banner of the OAU, have taken various initiatives and made substantial progress in many areas which paved the way for the establishment of the AU.
||This is the weekly newsletter that is the joint responsibility of the CTA and the Mozambique News Agency (AIM).
|BDO Mozambique April 2016 Newsletter
||Bowman Gilfillan Newsflash
|BDO Mozambique and globally is one of the top five audit and consulting firms with about 100 professional staff serving hundreds of clients.
||Bowman Gilfillan is one of Africa’s premier corporate law firms, employing over 310 specialised lawyers and a total staff of some 550.
|CGA "From the Desk of the CEO"
||CGA "Global Citrus Scan"
|The CGA represents the interests of the producers of export citrus. In total approximately 1400 growers throughout Southern Africa are members of the Association.
||The CGA represents the interests of the producers of export citrus. In total approximately 1400 growers throughout Southern Africa are members of the Association.
|CTA Newsletter 272
|European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) Publication
|CTA was established in 1996 as a coordinating forum to interact with Government and induce the adoption of new laws that would create a better business environment.
|ECDPM's main goal is to link policy and practice in European development and international cooperation and to act as an independent broker between Europe, Africa and the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP).
|Export & Import South Africa Newsletter
|The export & import Southern Africa magazine serves to highlight, in a professional and responsible manner, the trends and many associated issues influencing Southern Africa’s trade with the world.
||Southern Africa's leading online trucking magazine.
|FruitNews - Fresh News of the Russian Market
||FTW Online Newsletter
|FruitNews – the first Russian on-line media of the Fruit and Vegetables market sector.
|A 'must read' for import/export decision-makers, Freight & Trading Weekly (FTW) covers a wide range of news relevant to anyone conducting international trade including customs tariff changes and issues, regulations, market opportunities, transport and logistics.
|GIBS CDM Africa Bulletin Issue 47
||Global Coal Hub Weekly
|In this edition, Prof. Lyal White shares his experiences and learnings from his recent visit to Mauritius.
||COAL HUB is an online information platform for news, analysis, events and information on the global COAL industry.
|Global LNG Hub Weekly
||Global Migration SA Newsletter
|LNG news, analysis, and information on the Global LNG Industry. LNG market reports and LNG presentations. Information on LNG events including LNG conferences and LNG training courses.
|Global Migration SA is a specialist migration company which has an Inbound Division which provides services to foreigners who wish to live in South Africa and an Outbound Divisions which provides migration services to South Africans.
|International Air Transport Association (IATA) Press Release
|Geneva - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for May showing strong demand growth compared to May 2014 for both domestic and international traffic.
||The InfrastructureNe.ws newsletter provides an instant summary of the latest news, events and developments in the infrastructure development, maintenance and service delivery fields.
|International Road Transport Union (IRU) News
||International Trade Center (ITC) Business Briefing Vol.16
|The International Road Transport Union (IRU) is the world road transport organisation, which upholds the interests of bus, coach, taxi and truck operators to ensure economic growth and prosperity via the sustainable mobility of people and goods by road worldwide.
||ITC's mission is to foster sustainable economic development and contribute to achieving the Millennium Development Goals in developing countries through trade and international business development.
|[Minfo] Mozambique Information 374
|MCNet Single Electronic Window Newsletter 51|
|M.INFO magazine was started in 2008 as a way to inform the public on cultural events taking place in Mozambique.
|Mozambique Community Network (MCNet), is a Public Private Partnership, with the main objective to facilitate international trade and enhance the business environment in Mozambique with innovative solutions designed to facilitate international trade. |
|PMAESA eNewsletter - February 2016
||Railways Africa Weekly News Express|
|PMAESA is a non-profit, inter-governmental organization made up of Port Operators, Government Line Ministries, Logistics and Maritime Service Providers and other port and shipping stakeholders from the Eastern, Western and Southern African and Indian Ocean regions.
||Railways Africa - The Authoritative African Railway Publication.|
|The Mozambican Investor 485
|The Sahel and West Africa Club (SWAC) Newsletter|
|The Mozambique Investor, founded in 2006, has evolved into one of the prime newsletters for investors, businesses, government, and the development community in Mozambique.
|The Sahel and West Africa Club (SWAC) is an international platform for policy dialogue and analysis devoted to regional issues in West Africa. Its mission is to enhance the effectiveness of regional policies and partner support.|
|World Maritime News
||World Trade Organization (WTO) News
|World Maritime News delivers expert coverage of the industry sectors that matter most to you and your business. This includes news and updates on markets, projects, vessels, equipment, research, shipyards, shipping companies and the authorities dominating these markets.
||The WTO is a rules-based, member-driven organization — all decisions are made by the member governments, and the rules are the outcome of negotiations among members.
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