According to bank documents, the investment involves a third corporate loan to Transnet in the Republic of South Africa to support their 5 years investment plan and the 4.0 strategy. The strategy is focused on repositioning the country's freight system for competitiveness within the fast changing, technology-driven context of the 4th industrial revolution. Transnet effort is directed towards increasing the connectivity and the capacity of the integrated port, rail and pipeline network and expand South Africa's footprint on the continent through Transnet International Holdings (TIH).
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EL GAZZAR Ahmed Mohamed
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