United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (Addis Ababa)
'Britain Won't Turn Its Back On Africa Following Brexit'
"Brexit does not mean that the British government will turn its back on Africa," said Lord Paul Boateng, a Member of the United Kingdom's House of Lords. He was speaking at the first ever Africa Trade Week, which is being hosted by the Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union. Find out more. More ECA in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Economic Commission for Africa, 29 November 2016
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