Agoa: An opportunity for Obama to define his Africa legacy
August 19, 2013 Editor 0
Everyone stands to gain if Africa can sustain and accelerate its progress in tackling poverty and finding jobs for its growing young population, write Carlos Lopes of UNECA and Kamal Dervis of the Brookings Institution
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