Spanning Africa’s Infrastructure Gap: How development capital is transforming Africa’s project build-out


A new report from Global law firm Baker & McKenzie in collaboration with the Economist Corporate Network, Spanning Africa’s Infrastructure Gap: How development capital is transforming Africa’s project build-out, reveals that development capital has been by far the predominant funder of African infrastructure since the financial crisis. It paints a picture of through the cycle investment totalling hundreds of billions of dollars since 2009, with funding shifting to the power and transport sectors. It also reveals which institutions and countries have been the most active funder and the African countries benefiting most from the Development Capital boom.

Read the full report from Baker & McKenzie here.

Source: TGAIS 2015


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