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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson holding the remote control of an agricultural robot at the 2020 UK-Africa Investment Summit

The costs of Brexit for Africa

Now that the United Kingdom is no longer part of the European Union, it will have free rein to set its own terms when dealing with African countries. So far, the British government seems to be determined to foster close ties with the continent through foreign direct investment and private sector partnerships. However, Africa’s rising geopolitical importance means that Britain will have to compete with other powers for influence in the area.

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