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New investment alone will not fix Africa's ports
Africa, more so than elsewhere, desperately needs good ports. They are a mess, however. From Nigeria to Djibouti, decrepit and inefficient container ports are being expanded with money from overseas. That offers the potential to transform African trade. Yet corruption and poor management may mean the gains will be squandered. Phil de Burgh of Gray Page, contributes to the discussion in The Economist.