The largest gathering of American and African government and business leaders is taking place this week in the Mozambican capital, Maputo, organized by the Washington, DC-based Corporate Council on Africa.The gathering is a 'unique' initiative to promote greater economic engagement, CCA CEO and President Florie Liser told AllAfrica in an interview before her departure for the event, which opens on June 18 with 10 heads-of-state expected to participate. More on the U.S.-Africa Business Summit
U.S.-Africa Summit a 'Unique' Initiative Promoting Closer Economic Ties – CCA CEO Liser
allAfrica, 11 June 2019
The largest gathering of American and African government and business leaders is set to begin on June 18 in the Mozambican capital, Maputo. Organized every two years since 1997 by… Read more »
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