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U.S. Conducting Due Diligence for Development of the Lobito Corridor in Southern Africa Where Chinese Interests Are Already Very Active

The United States government claims it has mobilized $30 billion so far through various public and private channels to build railways, data centers and other infrastructure initiatives in developing countries.

The White House released an update on Friday of its Partnership for Global Infrastructure Investment (PGII), Washington’s answer to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

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