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Uninsured Texans cross the Rio Grande into the Mexican border town of Matamoros in search of cheap prescriptions and affordable medical care. Entering Mexico for a medical appointment is considered essential travel under the...

source: The Globe and Mail

Beijing and Washington are competing to set Asia’s rules, norms, and standards. But other countries in the region are increasingly choosing to shape its future themselves.

source: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Off the back of GDP Q2 results that paint a stark picture of the state of the economy, South Africa can ill afford to cripple an industry that is widely touted as having the greatest potential to reignite South Africa’s beleaguered...

source: The South African

Am I the only one who is overwhelmed with webinars? It used to be the case before COVID-19 that we would be invited to conferences. If you were speaking, international organizations were willing to fly you across the world, put you...

source: The East African

Africa’s battle against COVID-19 is not only a picture of death, suffering and economic devastation. It is, more compellingly, a picture of partnership, the sharing of strategies and resources and resilience and innovation — individually, nationally and regionally...

source: Southern Times

With three of the eight candidates to become the next leader of the World Trade Organization (WTO) coming from Africa, BBC Africa business editor Zawadi Mudibo looks at what difference having one of them at the helm would make for the continent.

source: BBC News


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