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Spending Patterns

  Africa’s infrastructure spending needs are substantial. Africa already spends $45 billion a year on infrastructure, two-thirds of which is domestically financed from taxes and user charges. Most financing for capital investment is obtained from external sources. By taking a detailed look at government budgets, as well as financial accounts of the various state-owned enterprises and quasi-governmental entities that provide infrastructure services, AICD has traced the patterns of expenditure in recent years, providing a detailed picture of how current resources are being used.

 

 

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