The two African women still in the race for the WTO top job - Africa Feeds

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Two African ladies are still in the competition to turn into the following chief of the World Trade Organization.

Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Kenya’s Amina Mohamed have made it to the following period of the choice cycle.

Egypt’s Abdel-Hamid Mamdouh has been taken no longer available alongside applicants from Mexico and Moldova.

The two Africans left in the race will currently join up-and-comers from South Korea, the UK and Saudi Arabia for the following round.

Toward the beginning of the cycle Africa had three of the eight applicants competing for the top activity.

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Numerous African representatives are pushing for an African to be in charge of one of the world’s top financial foundations.

No African has held the top activity at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, making the push for an African to involve an equal position essential for the mainland.

The WTO sets the principles for worldwide exchange and settles in exchange questions between countries.

It is likewise, as indicated by its site, expected to “open trade for the benefit of all”.

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The pioneer of the Geneva-based association goes to G7 and G20 meeting and can handle questions between world pioneers.

The following chief of the WTO is required to get to work in November this year.

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