The continent's largest lender wants to broker deals that will let nations sell power assets to US companies, similar to one in
He declined to name whom he is meeting.
"We are talking either with authorities or clients to put in place the transactions," he said, adding: "A lot of policy makers, a lot of the people providing the equipment and a lot of the people providing the finance and the risk mitigation instruments will be here."
Sub-Saharan Africa will probably expand 5.4 percent this year, faster than the average growth of 1.8 percent in developed economies, including the U.S. and
Local lenders financed a majority of the deals.
The facility will be
"The idea is to reduce the strain on the environment, which is economically and philosophically sound thing to do," Tshabalala said.
"It works for
"There's still a huge amount of interest and appetite,"
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