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The international environment which is characterized by volatile market conditions and growing competition puts immense pressures on West and Central African farmers.


Also, divergent national interests explain some of the difficulty in reaching agreement on regional trade regulations. CORAF recognizes that developing technologies is just one side of the solution. This is why part of its work is related to facilitating the flow of agriculture goods and services across borders.


By so doing, high-quality agriculture inputs are available where ever they are needed, and countries and communities of both region can leverage the substantial market which is made up of about 430 million people.

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