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US Faces Challenges in Effort to Invest in Africai
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Luis Ramirez
August 04, 2014 10:54 PM
U.S. President Barack Obama this week hosts the largest-ever summit of African leaders in Washington to talk about boosting U.S. engagement with the continent. The U.S. leader hopes to foster capacity building, investment in infrastructure, food security, and increasing trade with a region long neglected by U.S. administrations. VOA White House Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.

US Faces Challenges in Effort to Invest in Africa

Luis Ramirez

Published August 04, 2014

U.S. President Barack Obama this week hosts the largest-ever summit of African leaders in Washington to talk about boosting U.S. engagement with the continent. The U.S. leader hopes to foster capacity building, investment in infrastructure, food security, and increasing trade with a region long neglected by U.S. administrations. VOA White House Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports.


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