The Urgency of a New Development Path for African Cities

African cities are crowded as well as disconnected, making them costly for firms and residents. The physical and economic dysfunction of African cities constrains public service provision, inhibits labour market pooling, and prevents businesses from reaping scale benefits. It is why potential investors and trading partners stay away, fearing lack of return on their investment.

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