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Opinion: Fair deals, not summits, will solve Africa’s post-COVID challenges

France and all the EU have justified fears of being affected by African countries' economic challenges. Fair cooperation will address those fears and benefit both Europe and Africa, writes DW's Harrison Mwilima.

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