Uganda’s Kasekende on benefits of African cooperation

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Louis Kasekende, the deputy governor of the Bank of Uganda, on February 2 urged African countries to strengthen continental cooperation in order to compete in global markets.

At the Association of African Central Banks, in Kampala, Uganda, Kasekende said: "For Africa to contribute effectively to the global agenda, there is a need to derive a strong single voice at international level using regionalism instead of 54 varying voices. These instead generate a lot of noise, but not necessarily voice.

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