Japan seeks to raise its Africa profile with new investment promise


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Issue 469 - 26 Sep 2022 - By Tonderayi Mukeredzi | 3 minute read

Japan’s pledge to invest some $30bn in Africa over the next three years has underlined the Asian economic giant’s commitment to rapidly advance its relations, as well as to expand its presence, on a continent where Tokyo’s involvement has too often lagged behind other big nations.

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