ACC notes that, one of the main deterrents to industrial production
and competitive supplies in agricultural products lies in the absence
of access to lucrative, quantitative and qualitative arable farm lands
and good roads. This explains why in spite of the extension of AGOA
law, Africa may still not benefit from the super attractive
opportunities it provides.
ACC will address issues of access to Arable Farm land in Africa with a
view to addressing the limits in existing land laws at regional level.
Africa needs enforceable and investment friendly laws upon which
businesses can rely on, to optimize AGOA’s consumption in the
ACC notes that, industrial production cannot be optimal if access to
significant portions of farmland continues to be unavailable to
businesses in Africa. Businesses need thousands and millions of
hectares of farm land concessions to raise investment capital and
compete in the global market.