.@qatarairways has agreed to take a 60% stake in the project, which as a whole is valued at around US$1.3 billion. The new airport is being redesigned to accommodate 7 million passengers per year, with a 2nd phase for 14 million passengers a year expected to start by 2032. pic.twitter.com/WFH5aAfFEu
— Rwanda Development Board (@RDBrwanda) December 9, 2019
Private equity investor Mediterrania Capital Partners (MCP) is considering investments in supermarkets, health and education as the impact of COVID-19 whittles down the list of financially strong candidates, CEO Albert Alsina tells The Africa Report.