EU eyes Africa trade boost
EU and African leaders will meet in Ivory Coast this week. Their aim, they say, is to boost trade links between both continents, especially in the agricultural sector. Critics say EU policy to subsidise this part of the economy hurts farmers in Africa. Local fruit importers here in Belgium, however, see opportunities here. Michel Lefever manages…
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