After Ghana and Nigeria in West Africa, Emmanuel Macron launched the Continental Cup. Whether in Djibouti, Kenya or Ethiopia where he went, Emmanuel Macron spoke business, opening up new business opportunities for France and its manufacturers. Expanding the range of offers and prospects for his country, the French president redesigns the traditional map of French partners who made former colonies, privileged Franco-African relations. And Emmanuel Macron does not coincide with the calendar for the new "new lions in Africa". Like other continental countries, including Côte's Ivoire and Senegal, “great children” of France, the flirtation is being pushed heavily between Greater China and Djibouti, Nairobi and Addis Ababa. It is therefore an opportunity for Paris, through the stays at the summit, to get closer to its new partners and in particular to try to solve the yellow spot in Africa.
Even if there is currently no danger in the house, he urges France to enrich his palette of "friends", especially that the old lands of green meadows no longer contain raw materials and whose populations were dangerous consumers. Furthermore, the relationship between France and the pre-square is marked by the indelible seal of trade between the former colony and colonizers. This original sin, from which Françafrique came, and enabled our ancestors of Gauls to use and abuse paismaism to the way forward to French speaking Africans and to impose leaders who have their objective is to protect the interests of the master, in the new French competitions. The relationships between new "friends" will certainly be healthier and particularly built on winning partnerships. In this logic, there may be economic partnerships between France and the English-speaking countries, whose traditional cultures and values are almost intact, columns of all real development, in which models for new dealing "deal" new " between Paris and all its partners, including the old. Moreover, the people who awaken the people are details, the decision-making in Africa and the diversification of the partners, which will serve a multiplicative world, perhaps. Anyway, if many opportunities are offered to industry from the Seine bank, back, Kenyans and Ethiopians will bring a French market, especially for products such as coffee, tea or others.
It is now clear that Africa is able to re-establish its place in international trade, by diversifying its partnerships and, above all, by trying to fully overcome its defended status. And it is equally clear that the French intervention interventions and paradigms will take on a different color division. Countries that violate their previous privileges and gave priority to French activities are warned.
With Wakat Sixth