Liberia's 'Pulling Together' After Ebola - Commerce Minister

Plummeting world commodity prices followed by a completely unanticipated outbreak of Ebola brought the country's economy to a near-standstill. In an AllAfrica interview last month during the U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Addis, Commerce Minister Axel Addy outlined the government's efforts to re-ignite growth.

Commerce Minister of the Republic of Liberia, Axel Addy.


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