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Seid, H.E. (2013) Regional Integration and Trade in Africa: Augmented Gravity Model Approach. The Horn Economic and Social Policy Institute.

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  • TITLE: Assessment of Trade Potential of Senegal and Morocco

    AUTHORS: Birahim Bouna Niang

    KEYWORDS: Trade Potential, Export, Import, Gravity Model

    JOURNAL NAME: Modern Economy, Vol.7 No.1, January 18, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Senegal and Morocco have significant advantages to develop bilateral trade. Trade between the two countries is in favor of Morocco. The estimation of the trade potential of the two countries based on an augmented gravity model reveals that this potential is underexploited vis-à-vis African trade partners and other parts of the World (Europe, Asia, and Latin America). The trade performances of Senegal and Morocco should be improved through the implementation of a supply policy and targeted support to exporting firms.