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Draft agenda published for Africa Investment Exchange: Power & Renewables

The draft agenda has been published for CbI Meetings' Africa Investment Exchange: Power and Renewables meeting.

To be held in London on 19-20 November, AIX Power & Renewables brings together private and public sector investors and developers to discuss progress, address issues of concern and draw together recommendations for the future of the sector.

Sponsored by Actis, proceedings will be held under the Chatham House Rule and structured round a series of interactive panel-led sessions and roundtable discussions to encourage an open exchange of views.

The agenda has been devised by CbI, the business intelligence company behind the respected African Energy consultancy and newsletter.

AIX meetings provide a framework for a frank and open discussion of the real issues affecting Africa’s industries, based on the conviction that financial, economic and social returns can be achieved from well-structured investments.
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