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Brazilian business hopes Lula's return will bring African bonanza

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in 2010 and his former foreign minister Celso Amorim.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in 2010 and his former foreign minister Celso Amorim. © Reuters
Brazil took a big step back from Africa over the past seven years, but Lula da Silva's election victory is likely to launch a new era of cooperation between Brasília and African capitals. The Brazilian business community for its part is banking on the new president to help it make a comeback on the continent. [...] (1579 words)
Issue dated 02/11/2022 Reading time 7 minutes Christophe Le Bec, Ricardo Mendes
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