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Vol 2 (AAC) No 3

Published 1st January 2009


State agencies lead the way

Most of the impetus for Japanese companies in Africa will be coming from state agencies. The Japanese International Cooperation Agency wants to test its newly expanded powers and wider funding base, which includes much of the finance previously earmarked for the Japan Bank for International Cooperation. Much of what JICA commits in 2009 will reinforce long-term Japanese private investment in energy and minerals.

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