Fresh Data Aims To Spur African Liberalization

South African Airways Airbus A340-600
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A new study has revealed that only 39% of intra-African bilateral air service agreements have been liberalized, but the same report gives non-compliant countries detailed feedback, aimed at kickstarting the decades-old project. In 1999, 44 African countries committed to liberalize their air links...

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