AfDB unveils $12bn power plan for Africa over the next five years.
Ethiopia is continuing to focus its economic policy on developing new infrastructure by planning infrastructure spending worth $89m.
Algeria to press ahead with $3.5bn El Hamdania port & industrial zone to compete with Morocco’s Tanger Med project.
The president of the AfDB has predicted that Africa’s economies will grow by 3.7% in 2017, but some find this forecast overoptimistic.
Ratings agency Fitch warns Nigeria faces a debt mountain because of weak growth.
The president of the African Development Bank speaks to AB in New York about his plans to encourage Africa’s economic renaissance.
“The growth momentum is there, the demand is there, our shareholders are calling us to do more in the private sector”
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