Investors flock into Africa

June 2014
Lawyer 2B;6/4/2014, p1
The article offers information on the impact of natural resources and renewable energy on infrastructure development of Africa. It discusses several facts which includes International Monetary Fund, impact of discovery of oil and gas in Uganda in 2006 on Africa's economy and role of East African Community and energy sector in its Africa's infrastructure.


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