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United States of America

Bill Clinton (Born: William Jefferson Blythe III)

Date of Birth: 19 August 1946


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Under Kilimanjaro

On one hand he was strong-armed into the 28 August signing by mediator-in-chief Nelson Mandela whose diplomatic pulling power had brought 20 heads of state including United States President Bill Clinton to Arusha to the ceremony...


Duty free

' So declared US President Bill Clinton on 18 May before signing the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)...


Influence for sale

None of the African governments most favoured by President Bill Clinton's government - South Africa Nigeria Uganda and Rwanda - has Washington lobbyists on retainers...


King Oil, again

Near the top of the list for President Bill Clinton's trip to Nigeria in June are the Abuja government's plans for a huge expansion of the oil industry which could make the country the world's second biggest oil exporter after Saudi Arabia in ten year's time...


The blame game

The mediators now are Ahmed Ouyahia representing the OAU Chairperson Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika plus Anthony Lake Special Envoy of United States President Bill Clinton...


Killer floods

The National Summit on Africa in Washington on 16-20 February attracted several star speakers such as United States President Bill Clinton and Organisation of African Unity Secretary General Salim Ahmed Salim and some 2 300 delegates...


Quarrelsome lobby

The National Summit on Africa in Washington on 16-20 February attracted several star speakers such as United States President Bill Clinton and Organisation of African Unity Secretary General Salim Ahmed Salim and some 2 300 delegates...


Sparkling lobbyists

The De Beers-Anglo American combine was first accused of price-fixing during World War II and President Bill Clinton's anti-trust investigators pounced on the General Electric case...


Less debt, more growth

Now both Britain and United States President Bill Clinton say they want to write off all their loans to the 41 countries eligible for HIPC status - only six of which have qualified so far...


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