Comment: The future of Angola's infrastructure development

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As Angola seeks to diversify its economy, one of the key sectors that continues to grow is infrastructure development, explains Zandre Campos. Angola has continued to strengthen its mutually beneficial relationships with allies, particularly China, which has invested in the south-west African country’s infrastructure since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1983. President João Lourenço’s recent and first visit to Beijing proved to be beneficial, having secured $2bn in financing from the China Development Bank. The funding is a positive step toward implementing ma...

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