Many African leaders were present, including President Chissano of Mozambique and President Mogae of Botswana.
President Bush addressed an audience of scholars and entrepreneurs about building a hopeful future for Africa. He said that market reforms and open trade could benefit every country, and talked about the human suffering in Africa, its great potential if civil wars and disease could be overcome. He also talked his July trip to Africa and about details of U.S. aid to various parts of Africa.
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