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Financing Africa’s infrastructure deficit: From development banking to long-term investing


Infrastructure development in Africa, and the reduction of its massive infrastructure deficit, has been constrained by limited domestic resources and a reliance on overseas development assistance. While there has been useful progress in relation to the development of public-private partnerships, little attention has been paid to the appropriate structure of financing of infrastructure investment in Africa. This paper, from the Brookings Institution, studies the appropriate financing structure of infrastructure investment and financing in Africa.

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