The European Union has pledged a $170bn investment programme for Africa. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told her Senegalese hosts in Dakar that it was the first regional plan under the EU’s new Global Gateway initiative to support public and private sector infrastructure in developing countries. It is seen as a counterpoise to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
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