Donors, consultants seek ‘optimal strategy’ to push the pace of Inga projects


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Issue 211 - 21 Jun 2011 | 8 minute read
A shift of donor strategy to develop the mighty Grand Inga scheme through a series of phased projects divided into investor-friendly, bite-sized chunks is intended to move plans for Africa’s biggest hydropower source closer to reality.

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