Monthly Report on Road Harassment for Trade in Agro-pastoral Products in the Sahel and West Africa, April 2017

Overall, compared with March 2017, in April 2017, the average number of checkpoints, control time and illegal payments fell on the corridors tracked. If this downward trend continues and is reinforced, it could improve the delivery time of agricultural and livestock products, strengthen regional trade and also significantly reduce the pressure on consumer prices.

The reduction or even elimination of intra-regional trade barriers that increase consumer prices has real benefits for farmers, consumers and governments, for national economies and the regional economy.

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