ALGIERS, April 25 (Reuters) - African transport ministers agreed on Friday to improve fragile travel links within the continent by streamlining a tangle of regulations impeding the movement of people and goods and slowing economic growth. A statement issued by 41 ministers meeting in the Algerian capital said they intended to set up a pan-continental Guiding Integrated Plan that would tackle the large number and complexity of rules governing transport. "Air transport is very weak and not ...
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