How the EU plans to gain ground in Africa’s digital infrastructure board and wrestle China’s $1tr Belt and Road Initiative
EU chief says foreign investment in Africa too often came with "hidden costs" attached as Brussels lays out plans for subsea cables, data centres and satellite infrastructure.
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February 21, 2022 | 12:24 AM GMT
The European Union’s (EU) chief Ursula von der Leyen has announced a flagship investment package of €150 billion (~US$170 billion) which will be directed towards helping Africa build its infrastructure and services, from digital assets to hospitals, schools, transportation, energy generation and more.
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