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France in focus

In Africa, French is more than a common language

By: Jeanne LAVENANT | Nadia CHARBIT | Stéphanie CHEVAL | Camille FEVRIER
1 min

This week we take you to Tunisia to discover what the French call "Francophonie". Every year on March 20, more than 270 million French speakers around the globe celebrate their common tongue. In Africa, the French language is playing an increasingly important role, soon to be compulsory in schools and a major asset in doing business. We take a closer look.

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