Made in China? Financing Nigeria's infrastructure
|作者/编者：||James Douglass (partner), Greg Stonefield (partner), Barri Mendelsohn (managing associate), Francis Iyayi (associate)||作者单位：||金杜律师事务所|
For the next five years, Nigeria is reported to require US$166 billion to provide energy and infrastructure for its growing population. Demand for energy and infrastructure in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is ever increasing as its population grows. Consequently, so has the demand for viable financing solutions to support investment in such infrastructure projects, which according to the African Development Bank has an infrastructure deficit of US$300 billion. In fact, overall infrastructure spending (and in turn demand for financing) in Nigeria is expected to grow from US$23 billion in 2013 to US$77 billion in 2025. Where will this financing come from? Nigeria has recently attracted Chinese financial and technical support for its ambitious infrastructure plans. This article will look at the role and significance of Chinese investment and key trends relating to how Chinese infrastructure financing transactions are typically structured.
|文章标题||Made in China? Financing Nigeria's infrastructure|
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