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That is why the German G-20 presidency has launched its G-20 Africa Partnership initiative.At the core of this effort to intensify cooperation with Africa lies the G-20 Compact with Africa. The CWA offers interested African countries the opportunity to improve conditions for private investment, including in infrastructure.The CWA's structure is straightforward: African countries, together with their bilateral partners and international financial organizations with proven expertise on Africa (such as the African Development Bank, the World Bank Group, and the International Monetary Fund), will jointly develop, coordinate, and implement tailor-made measures. The German government will also contribute via the bilateral framework – called a "Marshall Plan with Africa" – developed by our Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation.Our main job, however, is to bring private investors and African countries together. The G-20 will be informed on a regular basis about how the investment compacts develop.
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