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Why paytech is the key to unlocking Africa's new free trade zone

AfCFTA could raise the incomes of nearly 100 million across the continent – with paytech's help. Image: Reuters/Philimon Bulawayo

Omoniyi Kolade

Founder, CEO, Seerbit

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Intra-African trade, currently negligible, could be substantially boosted by paytech
Intra-African trade, currently negligible, could be substantially boosted by paytech
Ominiyi Kolade, Founder, CEO, Seerbit
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