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- Issoufou's Capital.
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- GreenWish solar plants in Nigeria.
- Innovative solutions to combat climate change: as Africa prepares to host the Cop 22 climate negotiations, African Business considers some of the continent's key priorities and profiles some innovative solutions from across the globe.
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