Arabian Gulf companies commit $19B to West Africa infrastructure projects

African countries secured commitments from companies in the Persian Gulf totaling $19 billion to invest in roads, railways and airports at the first West Africa Investment Forum held in Dubai on Tuesday.Construction firm Trojan General Contracting, owned by Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, committed to invest up to $16 billion in roads and railway projects across the West African Economic & Monetary Union, a group of eight African countries that organized the event in the U.A.E.

Read more: Gulf Companies Commit $19 Billion to West Africa Infrastructure Projects – Frontier Markets News – Emerging & Growth Markets – WSJ.

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