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United Nations Forum: Clearing a Path at International Borders

New Partnerships for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) convened a panel for high-level talks to discuss how to efficiently cross international borders while reducing cost, overcoming bureaucracy and—in some cases—saving lives.

United Nations Forum: Clearing a Path at International Borders
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