West Africa Targets $57b Investment, Integrated Ports, Rail Sector

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West Africa Targets $57b Investment, Integrated Ports, Rail Sector
West Africa Targets $57b Investment, Integrated Ports, Rail Sector

West African countries will later this month meet in Lagos to chart path to integrated ports, road and rail transport sector, with new investments in excess of $57 billion for the region.

The new cooperation, which is the central focus of the West African Ports and Rail Evolution Event (WA-PoRa) holding in Lagos, is in lieu of emerging needs and opportunities from economic integration in the region.

Experts, at a roundtable meeting yesterday, were unanimous that the West African transportation corridor is arguably the least integrated passage in the world, despite enormous opportunities that abound.

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