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Webinar: INVESTMENT AND TRADE FOR AFRICA’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


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23 Sep 2020

With German visibility and participation on the rise in Africa's energy industry, the Germany-Africa Business Forum (GABF) will host its second instalment of its Germany-Africa cooperation focused webinar series.

The webinar will facilitate the discussion on how FDI can sustainably strengthen the development of the African continent on September 23rd at 15:00 CET. Anchored by the topic Investment and Trade for Africa's Economic Development, the webinar will highlight key efforts to mobilise German funding for African energy markets as a means to advance the German-African cooperation which can already be seen in Equatorial Guinea, Angola, Senegal and recently, through the expression of interest by German investors in the DRC's Inga III Dam.

GABF webinar is scheduled to start on September 23th, 2020 at 15:30 CET. Register for free here.



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23 Sep 2020

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