Arab Maghreb Union

Arab Maghreb Union

  • High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Arab Maghreb Union is a Pan-Arab trade agreement aiming for economic and political unity in North Africa. The idea for an economic union of the Maghreb began with the independence of Tunisia and Morocco in 1956. It was not until thirty years later, though, that five Maghreb statesAlgeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisiamet for the first Maghreb summit. The following year, in 1989, the agreement was formally signed by all member nations.According to the Constitutive Act, its aim is to guarantee cooperation with similar regional institutions... to take part in the enrichment of the international dialogue to reinforce the independence of the member states and safeguard their assets. Strategic relevance of the region is based on the fact that, collectively, it boasts large phosphate, oil, and gas and it is a transit centre to southern Europe. The success of the Union would, therefore be economically important.
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Arab Maghreb Union

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Arab Maghreb Union is a Pan-Arab trade agreement aiming for economic and political unity in North Africa. The idea for an economic union of the Maghreb began with the independence of Tunisia and Morocco in 1956. It was not until thirty years later, though, that five Maghreb statesAlgeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisiamet for the first Maghreb summit. The following year, in 1989, the agreement was formally signed by all member nations.According to the Constitutive Act, its aim is to guarantee cooperation with similar regional institutions... to take part in the enrichment of the international dialogue to reinforce the independence of the member states and safeguard their assets. Strategic relevance of the region is based on the fact that, collectively, it boasts large phosphate, oil, and gas and it is a transit centre to southern Europe. The success of the Union would, therefore be economically important.

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EAN 9786131632167
Hersteller/Herausgeber
Frederic P. Miller