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German–African Business Association

31 Aug 2018
The German–African Business Association (Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft), is the foreign trade association representing German companies and institutions with interest in Africa. With over 80 years in the service of German–African economic relations and well-established networks, the association has succeeded in promoting exchange between German and African representatives for both business and politics. The Association…
31 Aug 2018
The German–African Business Association (Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft), is the foreign trade association representing German companies and institutions with interest in Africa. With over 80 years in the service of German–African economic relations and well-established networks, the association has succeeded in promoting exchange between German and African representatives for both business and politics. The Association…

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