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BE

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BELGIUM.
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The Lome International Trade Fair is celebrating its 30 years of existence under the theme "renewable energy: source of progress and development.
Education plays a very important role in the development and stability of nations," said Ambassador Robert Whitehead at the opening of a HAP-funded primary school three hours northeast of Lome.
This brings me to part of the ICAO summary at the Lome meeting: "However, in order for Africa to fully reap the benefits of the Yamoussoukro Decision, in particular the opening of air routes and the enhancement of connectivity, increased political will is necessary.
The brainchild of the renowned pan-Africanist entrepreneur Koffi Djondo, Asky, with its strategic partner Ethiopian Airlines, will add a number of new routes this year from Lome to Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paolo and Beirut.
Libya's game in Lome could be difficult but it is not beyond them.
El presente articulo examina el origen y la naturaleza del conflicto anglo-frances sobre el ron caribeno relativo a la exportacion de rones caribenos hacia los mercados principales dentro de la Union Europea (UE) durante el periodo 1975-2000, segun las resoluciones de la Convencion de Lome.
TUNIS (TAP) - A draft agreement on the development of exchanges and trade, industrial and technical relations between Tunisian and Togolese enterprises was signed on October 31, 2011 in Lome, Togo, between the Tunis Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI) and its Togolese counterpart.
We, at Africa West, believe that Lome will soon become a world-class staging and hubbing point, as well as the gateway to West Africa.
The Yaounde Conventions were succeeded by the Lome Conventions.
Lome serves as a transit point for drugs on their way to Benin, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ghana, and Niger on overland routes and ultimately to Europe.
The truth is that the current system has failed, that ACP countries have become increasingly marginalised in world trade, even with the generous tariff preferences since the Cotonou and Lome agreements," De Gucht said.