infrastructure can be greener and more economical for all, or dirty and designed just for the richest or biggest
in jan 2018 african development bank issued a report to debate infrastructure
see the report
see a typical set of questions 1
in nov 2018 various new investment networks will converge out of joburg to update ideas: African Investment Forum Nov 7-8
can any region (cliuser of nations) afford not to world trade produce in a world of ecommerce?
bri,school suggests all places gsaring an ocen and all nations sharing a contient should:
agree coastal BElt question1 where are treir main ports and how to share corrdrs tothem
where are the main staright line corodirs (rials , energy pipes, cables)
once tehse locations are agreed inside nations on connection between cities and vilages can be mapped
the more local the roads the ,ore the maintaenace should requyures enough locally trained engineers
https://phys.org › Technology › BusinessJan 17, 2018 - Economic growth in Africa picked up steam last year and is set to accelerate strongly in2018, but "massive investments" are needed in infrastructure, the African Development Bank (ADB) said Wednesday.
by J GutmanJan 26, 2018 - Jeff Gutman and Nirav Patel explore the urgent need for better financing for urbaninfrastructure in Africa, especially policies for attracting the private ... Below is a viewpoint from Chapter 2 of the Foresight Africa 2018 report, which explores six overarching themes that provide opportunities for Africa to ...
https://au.int/.../20180126/african-economic-outlook-2018-african-economic-outlook...Jan 26, 2018 - African Economic Outlook 2018 African Economic Outlook: Innovative financing forinfrastructure development. Ethiopia. Economic Affairs Department MEDIA ADVISORY / 30th AU SUMMIT. AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION SUMMIT, 22-29 JANUARY 2018. AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK SIDE-EVENT
https://www.afdb.org › Home › News & EventsJan 17, 2018 - He announced that the Bank would organise the Africa Investment Forum on November 7-8, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa, to mobilise funds for infrastructure development, to bridge an estimated funding gap of $130-$170 billion a year, up from previous estimates of US $100 billion per year.