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01 Sep 2021
A spiralling debt crisis has seen Zambia become increasingly reliant on Chinese finance while the Covid-19 pandemic has led to growing tensions between government and civil society.
As developers and investors reassess their options in Zambia following Hakainde Hichilema's 12 August presidential election win, African Energy has produced a special report covering the unfolding of this complex story, the latest on developments in the power sector, and key power data.
Zambia won’t be transformed overnight, but its new positive direction does offer scope for investors to return and financiers to look to a new debt deal.
(The report includes articles previously published in African Energy newsletter and data available to full African Energy Live Data subscribers- see below for special subscriber pricing)
Zambia report and 6 months Live Data subscription
Format: PDF and online data access
For a limited period this £995 report will be available to purchase for £495.
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Full African Energy newsletter and African Energy Live Data subscribers may purchase the report for £195.
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