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Thursday, 06 July 2017 14:54

G20 commitment to Africa Featured

G20 commitment to Africa Photo © DFID

This year Germany has made Africa the focus of its G20 presidency through its Compact with Africa and the Marshall Plan for the continent, which together aim to create a more sustainable environment for private sector participation in African economies.

The 12th G20 Summit took place on 7-8 July in Hamburg, Germany, bringing to a close the 2017 German presidency.

The Global Economic Governance Africa Project has produced extensive research on themes relevant to Africa-G20 cooperation:

More about the G20 Africa partnership:

Click here to view the G20 summit documents including the Leaders' Declaration

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