Monday 10 July 2017 from 09:30 to 16:15
It is now clear that some African countries are on their way to achieve a dynamic economic growth that will uphold the overall development of the continent. At the same time, they are still struggling with the lack of economic and social infrastructure, governance issues and a complex and risky security environment. In this context, both Japan and the European countries, especially France, are making efforts to increase not only their development assistance, but also private investments and security cooperation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Two important players in the African continent, Japan and the European countries are also looking to enhance their bilateral cooperation on the field.
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