Middle East and North Africa

The Maghreb Union is one of the world's worst-performing trading blocs. Here are five ways to change that

The Maghreb is the perfect example of a region whose countries have been unable to find their way to a deeper integration Image: REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal

Wadia Ait Hamza

Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum

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 A map showing the five member countries of the Maghreb Arab Union
Greater cooperation between the countries of the Maghreb could put a rocket under the region's economy Image: Maghreb Studies Association
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