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Tom Wilson is a World news editor at the Financial Times. He was previously acting Middle East and Africa news editor and before that served as East Africa correspondent based in Kenya.
Prior to the FT he worked as a reporter for Bloomberg in London and the Democratic Republic of Congo, after a career advising companies and governments on African issues.
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