E.U. Supports Private Sector Involvement In Africa

Devex: Private sector must be our partner in Africa — Piebalgs
“The European Union acknowledges that the overall goal of providing electricity to over two million people in sub-Saharan Africa cannot be met by the bloc on its own, without help from the private sector. ‘The private sector… needs to be considered as a partner and not as something considered antagonistic,’ said European Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs, who sat down with Devex on the sidelines of last week’s E.U.-Africa Business Forum in Brussels…” (Jones, 4/9).

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