European banks and financial institutions have pledged €30 billion in investment for countries in sub-Saharan Africa on the eve of the European Union-African Union summit in BrusselsThe last minute, particularly whe.
In a joint statement published on Wednesday, the French Development Agency (AFD) vowed to support the private sector and infrastructure in the form of loans and budget guarantees between 2023 and 2027.
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The money is part of the Global Gateway plan, which is supposed to mobilise up to €300 billion in public and private funds by 2027 in infrastructure projects around the world, half of which to the African continent.