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Maximize AGOA By Cutting Illicit Financial Flows

The Obama administration should embrace the opportunity afforded by hosting the U.S.-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum to help build mutually beneficial trade with Africa while also supporting development of more inclusive societies and economies that do not privilege the few. Curbing the illicit financial flows and corporate malfeasance that drain country coffers and entrench poverty is a requisite to this goal.
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