Japanese Investors Say They Want More Business With Africa

There is growing interest in Japan by the government, parliamentarians, mega companies and startups to invest more in Africa. As a delegation from the African Development Bank Group led by President Dr Akinwumi Adesina visited Japan to showcase the enormous investment opportunities on the continent, the Prime Minister of Japan Fumio Kishida, was leading his country's charge with a tour of four countries, namely Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, and Mozambique.

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In Japan, Dr Adesina accompanied by three Vice Presidents, Dr Kevin Kariuki, Dr Beth Dunford and Solomon Quaynor, and Executive Director Takaaki Nomoto, held a series of meetings with senior government officials.

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