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Thierry Tanoh, VP for Africa and Latin America, IFC - The World Bank Group


What can business do for Africa, at a time when the continent is facing a whole range of challenges? Millions of people are on the verge of starvation in Somalia, and South Sudan is still getting used to life as an independent state, after breaking away from the North. To discuss these topics, Markus Karlsson speaks to Thierry Tanoh of the International Financial Corporation, the private arm of the World Bank.

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