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Jon Marks writes on investment in African megaprojects

Investment in African megaprojects increased by 46 per cent to $326 billion in 2014, mainly as a result of higher investment in transport, energy and power infrastructure, advisory firm Deloitte’s third yearly African Construction Trends report has revealed.

Although the number of projects that qualified for inclusion in the 2014 report decreased to 257, from 322 the year before, the total value of projects under construction increased from $222.77-billion in 2013.

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