High level online launch of Quality Infrastructure in 21st Century Africa
Thursday 9 July 2020 14H00 CET
The OECD Development Centre and the African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) will release their joint report Quality Infrastructure in 21st Century Africa on the occasion of an online high-level presentation followed by a press conference.
Africa is facing a colossal task to accelerate and scale up quality infrastructure development in view of its demographic trends, its changing economic geography, and the new opportunities created by the African Continental Free Trade Area. The Report identifies bottlenecks and offers recommendations to accelerate and scale up infrastructure development
This joint work has been conducted in the framework of the project ‘Accelerating and Scaling up Quality Infrastructure Investment in Africa in the context of the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa 2021-2030.’
Moderator: Frannie Léautier, Senior Partner, SouthBridge Group
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Quality Infrastructure for Africa in the 21st Century will be available in English from 14H00 CET on Thursday 9 July for immediate release.
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'Quality Infrastructure in 21st Century Africa