This is only Obama’s second trip to sub-Saharan Africa, after he made a brief stop in 2009 in the West African nation of Ghana. There, he spoke about the importance of democracy.
This time, his focus is different. The president is expected to talk about economic growth, among other issues, with officials in Africa’s economic powerhouse, South Africa.
Trade between South Africa and the U.S. totaled $22 billion in 2011, according to the U.S. government. South Africa is a major …
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