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Tunde Ajia examines infrastructure challenges & opportunities in Nigeria during a period of unprecedented growth & economic expansion. Originally published in Oxford Urbanists,
It is predicted that Covid-19 won’t just negatively impact African citizens and their healthcare facilities, but Africa’s emerging supply chain developments. We look at the possible effects on supply chain infrastructure for this continent.
It’s twenty years since The Economist described Africa as a “hopeless continent”. In the two decades since then, Africa has undergone a quiet revolution in growth & governance. GDP has tripled over the past twenty years and is now tipped to lead global growth.
Africa is now being talked about as a future driver of global growth, as are more developed parts of the world. It represents a real opportunity for smart investment, especially for infrastructure. We look at investment opportunities.
Africa is on the cusp of one of its most important decades. It is a young continent and over the next ten years, that young population is predicted to double. We look at why Africa’s youth hold the key to a crucial decade.
January saw the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020, in London, heralded as a new era in relations between the UK & Africa. The UK government will invest over £600 million in crucial infrastructure projects throughout Africa.
It’s no secret that Africa is the hot new infrastructure investment prospect in the world, with a young population and several markets in high single-digit GDP growth. So where are the best investment prospects to be found? We look at the options for best returns.
Infrastructure in Africa has often been ignored, underfunded and not allowed to rapidly develop. A part of this has come from African governments and their inability to fund projects to completion while holding benefits for everyone.
Africa is emerging quickly as an exciting location for investment. In fact, some of the world’s fastest-growing economies are in Africa, including Ethiopia and Tanzania.