Britain joins rush to rebuild Africa’s transport network

Passengers on a commuter train in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Road and rail infrastructure improvements aim to boost trade and counter growing Chinese influence o

The UK today announced an agreement with eight African countries and
the World Bank that will see the reconstruction of 5,280 miles
(8,500km) of roads and the rejuvenation of 373 miles of railways,
including some new track and the upgrading of border posts.

Post published in: Africa News

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