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Infrastructure Morning Essentials

Monday, May-19-17

Opportunities

USTDA Connects U.S. Industry to Solar Project in South Africa (more)

India eyes cooperation with Africa on international solar alliance (more)

Power Africa launches new initiative at African Utility Week (more)

[Rwanda] Germany Commits Rwf75 Billion to Rwanda’s Development Plans (more)

[ Malawi, Tanzania] Malawi, Tanzania agree to develop Songwe River basin into economic hub (more)

[Mozambique] Mozambique power utility targets 200,000 new user connections (more)

China-Africa Development Fund to boost infrastructure investment and growth in selected African countries (more)

Deals and Transactions

[South Africa] Megabridge construction on N2 highway project to start later this year (more)

[Botswana] World Bank loans Botswana $145.5 million for emergency water projects (more)

[South Africa] Microsoft’s First Data Centres In Africa To Be Located In Johannesburg And Cape Town (more)

[Ethiopia] General Electric opens new offices in Ethiopia (more)

[South Africa] Upgrading the Wellington WWTW (more)

[Nigeria] General Electric to assemble gas turbines in Nigeria next year (more)

[Kenya] Volvo to start assembling trucks in Kenya, open 20 workshops in EA (more)

[South Africa] GM pulls out of SA, sells plant to Isuzu (more)

Impact

[Report] BRICS IN AFRICA: MORE OF THE SAME? A comparative study of investment treaties between the BRICS and African countries (more)

EPSA: 7th loan from AfDB and Japan to support the private sector in Africa (more)

[Uganda] Discontent Over Chinese Contractors’ Domination Rocks Uganda’s Roads Sector (more)

How Digital Technology Is Changing Farming in Africa (more)

Mapping Africa’s energy infrastructure: open data lights the way (more)

Funds

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Macroeconomics

[Ethiopia] Ethiopia reports huge revenue in power supply over last 10 months (more)

[South Africa] IMF Lifts South Africa Growth Forecast on Farming, Mining (more)

[Algeria] Algeria industries record mixed performance (more)

 

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