Africa’s end of poverty with investments from China. 2.5 Billion $ Investments and 8 Billion Loan

 

PRLog  – Africa’s end of poverty with investments from China. 2.5 Billion $ Investments and 8 Billion Loan 2.5 Bn $ investments from china and 8 Bn $ Loan for sub-Sahara Africa in 2012. The main parts are 25 % industry, mining 35 %, oil and gas 35 % water 5 % in 2012. Infrastructure, water and waste water will have the highest growth rates the next 20 years.

Infrastructure business worth more than $50 billion a year, farming $ 5 billion, increasing finance business by buying shares of banks, water and water water business worth over $ 50 billion for 900 million people coming years, see http://www.hkc22.com/africanwater.html the whole value chain is offered with the experience of the last years to build china’s water markets http://www.hkc22.com/chinawater.html Helmut Kaiser Consultancy has prepared a summary with the main investments and parts of sub-Sahara Africa from China and there is a conference in London, New-York and Beijing in September 2012.

The investments are huge for the next 20 years and this study will show the investment in every segment and country and there masterplan. The study will show the chances and risks for companies and countries in competition. There are differences by country which are detailed in the study. The world market for water and waste water amounts 413 Bn US $ in 2011 and the part of Africa is some percent. But by 2030 Africa will count for over 16 % then.
email: hkc22@bluewin.ch

Source : Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
Country : Germany

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