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COVID-19: How public-private partnerships can help bridge Kenya’s infrastructure gap

According to the World Bank, Kenya faces an infrastructure financing gap of approximately $2.1 billion annually. Public-Private Partnerships are considered crucial in closing in this gap and the government plans to raise $2 billion in the financial year 2020/2021 through PPPs to fund key infrastructure projects. Isaac Otolo, Director Advisory Transactions at PwC spoke to CNBC Africa for more.

Wed, 22 Jul 2020 10:26:21 GMT

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