Lagos - Dangote Group has outlined a four-year investment plan of $16 billion to further expand its businesses which range from cement, petrochemicals and agriculture, reports BusinessDay.
The investment according to Aliko Dangote, the Group’s Chairman, will help the group grow by almost a third in 2014.
Dangote, Africa’s richest man, said the group will invest heavily in all the major sectors it operates, including cement, petrochemicals and agriculture.
He said the conglomerate will invest aggressively in the cement sector in order to finish its projects in cement in about 18 countries, including Nigeria.
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