With 32 open-skies pacts under its belt, covering much of Europe, Latin America and the Pacific Rim - and agreements with Japan and France leading to open skies - the Clinton administration has turned its attention to Africa as the continent with which the U.S. might achieve both aviation accords and the benefits of investments in infrastructure development. DOT's partnership with Africa, involving all aspects of upgrading Africa's transportation infrastructure, is part of an ...
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