Small steps forward for DR Congo, as western backers offer more support

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Issue 491 - 25 Sep 2023 - By Jon Marks | 6 minute read

There are pockets of progress in building infrastructure across Democratic Republic of Congo, with commercial operators and development finance institutions supporting a range of projects. But with eastern regions traumatised by violence and an uncertain election looming in December, the country remains as challenging an environment as ever, writes Jon Marks.

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