Despite major projects across Africa, the country faces an infrastructure deficit that negatively impacts economic growth. Officials discuss government financing and private investment; Caterpillar will invest $1 million. Skilled labor is an infrastructure challenge.
The Africa-based company engages in gas and oil exploration, and projects in five countries. Samuel Dossou-Aworet discusses the impact of renewable energy, the Backbone Project, economic growth, and foreign investment.
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Government and corporate leaders think they change Africa's huge infrastructure deficit; Petrolin's CEO's "Backbone Project."
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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