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The influence brokers take a pay cut

Governments and activists in Africa are driving harder bargains with Washington DC’s lobby shops

The latest slew of lobbying contracts in Washington DC are offering cut price services for African clients. It’s not clear why. Some argue that the clients are pushing prices down; others say there is less business around.

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