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Chinese Want to Invest U.S.$10 Billion in Angola

“Chinese investors have available US $ 10 billion to invest in the fields of industry, agriculture and scientific research said…

Top Investments in Rwanda in 2018

“Rwanda attracted $2.006 billion in domestic and foreign investments last year, surpassing the target by $6 million. This reflects a…

How African governments should negotiate better infrastructure deals with China

“China is the leading infrastructure finance provider on the continent – as demonstrated by a recent pledge of $60 billion (£47 billion), most of…

Tanzania: Govt Assures Chinese Investors of Security

“The government has assured investors from China that their investments in the country will be protected as the country’s laws,…

Under Pressure Magufuli Now Courts Beijing As Donors Pull Back

“Tanzania last week licensed a second Chinese commercial bank as President John Magufuli’s administration looks East for funds for mega…

Chinese lending to African countries jumped tenfold in the last five years

“In the five years from 2012 to 2017, Chinese lending to sub Saharan African countries jumped to more than $10…

AFC INVESTS IN CAMEROON’S LANDMARK 420MW HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER STATION.

LAGOS, Nigeria, 27 November 2018 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Africa Finance Corporation (“AFC” or “the Corporation”), the leading infrastructure development…

South Africa to invest $1bn in South Sudan’s oil sector

“South Africa will invest $1 billion in South Sudan’s oil sector, including in the construction of a refinery, the South…

Equatorial Guinea: FDI in 2019 to Exceed U.S.$2.4 Billion

“The direct total foreign investment expected in Equatorial Guinea for 2019 is over USD $2.4 billion, with 11 new wells…

East Africa emerges as the leading destination for FDI on the continent

“According to EY Global’s 2018 Africa Attractiveness report, the region recorded a 82 per cent increase in the number of…

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