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African tech space attracts $2.4bn investment in 2020

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African technology start-ups attracted $2.4 billion in 2020 despite a downturn in Africa’s economy at the height of the novel Coronavirus pandemic, which has hit businesses and brought many activities to a halt. This is according to the report by Briter Bridges, a data firm. Fintech and solar companies attracted the biggest share of investment. Dario Guiliani, Director of Briter Bridges joins CNBC Africa for more.

 

Source:CNBC Africa

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