Is More Money Enough to Fix Africa's Transport Infrastructure?
Andrea Goldstein and
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Céline Kauffmann: OECD
No 21, OECD Development Centre Policy Insights from OECD Publishing
Transport infrastructure has been dangerously neglected in recent times. Lack of transport infrastructure impedes economic integration and poverty reduction. Involving the private sector in financing the transport infrastructure is proving harder than anticipated.
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