5th Annual Africa Public Private Partnership (APPP)

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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the 5th Annual Africa Public Private Partnership (APPP) Conference which will be held on 3 – 5 December, in South Africa. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

The 5th Africa PPP Conference will continue to provide a unique platform of discussion for developing much needed infrastructures in the Africa region. This conference will cover topics including energy, transport infrastructure, roads, airports, and social sectors and others.

Governmental testimonial from APPP 2012:
“Great conference ...our government will continue to support this initiative.”
His Excellency Arc. Mohammed Namadi Sambo, Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria

APPP 2013: When & Where:
3-5 December 2013, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

Main topics of the APPP 2013:

  • PPP in South Africa: recent developments & outlook
  • Infrastructure projects: transportation and energy & power
  • AFDB vision: plans for PPP across Africa
  • Country-focus presentations
  • Financing structures – debt, equity & risk
  • Social PPP Projects: water & sanitation and health, education, housing
  • CNBC APPP debate: tailored PPPs

Request the full programme and brochure at appp@ametrade.org

Key Features of APPP 2013:

  • More than 200 senior level executives with attend
  • Focus on how the AFDB and national governments are encouraging PPP projects
  • Insight into medium and long term outlook for PPPs across Africa

Register as a delegate, exhibitor or a sponsor

We look forward to meeting you in Johannesburg,

APPP Organising Committee

AME TRADE Ltd - Africa and Middle East Trade Ltd
E: appp@ametrade.org, T +44 207 700 4949
London, UK|Unit 408 United House, 39-41 North Road, N7 9DP

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