By  on July 1, 2013

WASHINGTON — President Obama, who held a roundtable with U.S. and African chief executive officers in Tanzania on Monday, unveiled a new trade initiative with several sub-Saharan African countries in an effort to boost commerce between African nations and the U.S.

The “Trade Africa” plan will first focus on the five states of the East African Community — Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda — but officials expect to broaden its scope in the future.

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