Code of Business Investment ECOWAS, since its inception has had a trade policy designed to increase intra-regional commerce, raise trade volume and generally galvanise the economic activities within the region in such a way as to positively impact on the economic wellbeing of ECOWAS citizens. The ECOWAS trade policy is also meant to foster the smooth integration of the region into the world economy with due regard for the political choices and development priorities of states in the desire to engender sustainable development and reduction of poverty.Code of Business Investment
Ecowas at a glanceThere are currently 15 member countries in the Economic Community of West African States. The founding members of ECOWAS were: Benin, Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania (left 2002), Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, and Burkina Faso. Ecowas at a glance
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About Ecowas International Business Directory
ECOWAS International Business Directory is a directory listing of West-Africa businesses. We are in partnership with the ECOWAS Commission and Africa Business Roundtable and collaboration with the Federation of West-Africa Chambers of commerce. We started operation in 2003 with hard copy production of the publication up till 2017. We decided in 2018 to introduce this WEBSITE for ECOWAS International Business Directory to cover the following activities. • To introduce the business of enterprises in West-Africa to the International market • To liaise with companies of industrialize economy of Europe, America, Asia and Africa for the market in West-Africa • To accelerate the collation of enterprises in West-Africa for assessment by Banks, Telecommunication, Multinational and International organizations • To complete the economic integration of ECOWAS State • To spearhead the creation of Export incentives in West-Africa • To create markets and Export for West-Africa business and • To increase foreign exchange earning of ECOWAS States.