More than 90% of Africa’s imports and exports are conducted by sea, making efficient port infrastructure vital to its economic growth| glObserver Global Economics


Request for power, roads, railways, internet and other infrastructure in Africa is set to soar in the coming years, providing investment opportunities and socio-economic benefits across the continent Infrastructure has played a significant part in Africa’s recent economic upturn, and will need to play an even better role if the continent&rsqu

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Infrastructure has played a significant part in Africa’s recent economic upturn, and will need to play an even better role if the continent’s development targets are to be reached. Simulations suggest that if all African nations were to catch up with Mauritius in infrastructure, per capita economic increase in the region could increase by 2.2 % points.

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