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Cotonou 2.0: A bad trade deal for Africa?

By DW
13 May 2021   |   8:30 am
The new EU-OACPS Partnership Agreement is only a few weeks old, but already many in Africa are calling for an update. What are the reasons for the dissatisfaction?

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