ECAs and DFIs are showing an increased risk appetite for African exposures, especially on large-scale project financings. However, these policy-driven financial institutions need to collaborate rather than compete on such deals in order to help plug Africa’s $93 billion infrastructure funding gap. View the original article here.
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