Biden team doing a ‘good job’ on Africa

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By Shoshana Kedem. Published on November 28, 2022

Despite disruptions to the world economy, the Biden administration has delivered on its bid to ramp up trade and investment with Africa, says Laird Treiber of the CSIS.