In Senegal, Yellen talks about future of US-Africa relations | NASCAR & Racing News

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — On a humid but remarkably cool Friday in Dakar, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen caravanned from a government building to a business incubator, set to end her day at the president’s residence, spreading a message of mutually beneficial US-Africa relations.

She came to talk about making the multilateral banks — like the World Bank other the International Monetary Fund — more fair to developing countries’ interests, constructing new projects such as the largest wind farm in West Africa and committing new funds to education and health care on the continent.

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