The Global African Investment Summit, co-hosted by Rwanda and the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), can serve as an ideal opportunity to fund regional infrastructure projects as well as link up the continent through trade, experts have said.
The summit, slated for September 5 and 6, targets more than 1,000 delegates comprising heads of government, industry captains, and representatives of multilateral organisations.
By hosting the forum in Africa for the first time since its inception, organisers say they aimed to create a platform to link African investors to opportunities within the continent. Read more. Source | New Times