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Inadequate infrastructure may be the single biggest threat to Africa’s long-term growth. It also represents the most significant opportunity for investors, writes Samaila Zubairu, President and CEO of AFC
Funding is needed now for the world’s biggest trade pact to reach its potential, writes Samaila Zubairu, President and CEO of AFC
Reliance on global supply chains has left Africa unable to secure adequate vaccines and critical medical supplies to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
A shortage of bankable projects remains a key bottleneck in Africa.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the global trade tensions prior to that have caused global companies to reassess the prevailing supply chain structure and risks inherent in centralizing manufacturing production in any single country.
Realising AfCFTA’s full benefits through a greater infrastructure ecosystem
The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) began in 2021 with the noble intention of creating a continent-wide free trade market for its 1.3billion population and beyond.
In 2015, the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an ambitious set of principles with the ultimate goal of eradicating all forms of poverty by 2030.