Abuja - Organisers of the just concluded World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa says the forum attracted over $68 billion (about N12.9 trillion) in investment to the African continent.
The investments were in form Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) as well as private and public investments, reports Vanguard.
Dr Philipp Rosler, Managing Director of the forum, noted that these investments were targeted at projects that would foster the agriculture sector, improve infrastructure such as roads, railways, hospitals, education, skill development and ICT.
He noted that the huge investments will continue to yield results for a very long time to come.
Read more at Vanguard.
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