Angola’s infrastructure investment potential

Sub-Saharan Africa’s third-largest economy will stay on a fast growth path and thus continue improvement of its transport infrastructure. Key drivers will be further rising oil production, announced reform programmes and political stability.

Despite the weakness of the country’s infrastructure, Angola is one of very few African countries that do not face a significant infrastructure funding gap. Thanks to its large oil reserves, Angola has the financial resources to address structural issues and to rebuild the country’s shattered infrastructure, expand the economy and modernise and better connect its cities.

There is not only the potential, but also the political will to address infrastructure needs.

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