Infrastructure Africa

Venue: Sandton Convention Centre

Location: Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Jul 10, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 11, 2012
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The need for infrastructure development in emerging markets is critical. In most African countries, particularly the lower-income countries, infrastructure emerges as a major constraint on doing business. The cost of addressing Africa’s infrastructure needs is around $93 billion a year, according to the World Bank.

The annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will present stakeholders with an opportunity to unpack the enormous growth potential in addressing Africa’s infrastructure needs. Africa, with a population exceeding 1 billion people is well placed as an emerging market, keen for investment & growth and has successfully maintained an average growth rate of 4% for the past few years as a continent.

The 2 day Business forum will bring together business to explore new trading opportunities, establish new business networks, develop and form partnerships and plan a way forward to address some of the continent’s requirements. Key sectors to be featured at the 2012 event include: Power, Transport, Water, Agriculture and ICT


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