Africa Investment Forum: Dhruv Jog on East Africa’s construction industry outlook

From Tanzania, and also operating in Kenya and Uganda, is Advent Construction. The company’s managing director and YPO Tanzania member Dhruv Jog is attending the Africa Investment Forum in Sandton. He to CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop about the opportunities for deal flow offered by the Forum, the interest of North American multinationals in investing in the continent, as well as the construction sector and infrastructure development.

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