As the U.S-Africa Summit next month draws closer, the administration is getting advice on how to ensure a successful outcome for the first such gathering. Since the President Obama won't be meeting one-on-one, should he sit down with leaders from each region? How can business be effectively engaged? Along with high-level leaders talks, many related events are planned including a civil society forum.
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