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UK puts visas into pitch for post-Brexit trade with Africa

Energy Daily Tuesday, 21 January 2020
UK puts visas into pitch for post-Brexit trade with AfricaLondon (AFP) Jan 20, 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson told African leaders Monday that Britain would be more open to migrants from their continent after Brexit as he hosted a summit intended to boost trading ties. He also promised an end to direct UK state investment in thermal coal mining or coal power plants overseas, saying London would focus on supporting a switch to low-carbon energy sources. Opening the fi
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