Wed, 28 Aug 2019
Yokohama – Japanese private investment in Africa has reached US $ 20 billion over the last three years, Prime Minister Shinzu Abe announced on Wednesday.
Speaking at the opening of the 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7), the head of the Japanese government said it is his country’s desire to ...
By Satoshi Iizuka and Reito Kaneko, KYODO NEWS – Aug 28, 2019
Yokohama – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday renewed Japan’s pledge to boost investment in Africa from the country’s private sector to more than $20 billion over the next three years, in the hope of facilitating the giant continent’s development.
“We will do whatever it takes to assist the advancement of Japanese companies into Africa,” Abe told African leaders who gathered for the ...
A Great Day for Africa – PRs João Lourenço (Angola), F. Tshisekedi (DRC), P. Kagame (Rwanda) and Y. Museveni (Uganda) and Denis Sassou Nguesso (Congo) today, in Luanda for the 2nd Quadripartite Summit, where a Memorandum of Understanding between Uganda and Rwanda was signed.