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Vol 46 No 9

Published 29th April 2005


Race for the presidency

The race to choose a new president for the African Development Bank is becoming increasingly bitter and political ahead of its annual meeting, due in Abuja, Nigeria, on 17-19 May. With the African Union now negotiating peace treaties and running peacekeeping operations and the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NePAD) managing development projects and recruiting investors, there is a much bigger role for the ADB.

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