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You can hear first-hand from ministries of infrastructure, road authorities and financiers that could directly impact your business at this year’s Argus West Africa Roads (4-5 December, Accra, Ghana).
The 2nd annual conference will explore upcoming road construction and rehabilitation projects, their impact on bitumen demand, PPP models and opportunities for doing successful business in the region.
Book now to join influential decision-makers and key stakeholders drawn from major infrastructure funds, construction groups, contractors, banks, advisors, road authorities, bitumen producers and traders and their innovative service providers for two days of critical debate and networking in a relaxed and convivial setting.
With all eyes focused on the road construction projects and the prospect of doing business in the region, Argus West Africa Roads 2018 is your opportunity to explore the latest developments, discuss upcoming projects, debate the requirements for PPP road financing and procurement in the region, road safety, new technologies to improve the quality of road materials, demand for bitumen and much more.
Marriott Hotel,, None, Accra, None, Ghana
Argus is a leading energy and commodity price reporting agency providing data, news and insight as well as conference and consulting services. Companies in more than 140 countries around the world use Argus prices to index physical trade and as benchmarks in financial derivative markets as well as for analysis and planning purposes. Half of Argus' 900 employees are commodity journalists who specialise in reporting news and price information relating to physical energy and related commodity markets. They operate according to a rigorous Editorial Code of Conduct and a Compliance and Ethics Policy that align with best journalistic practice, including the avoidance of conflicts of interest. Argus was founded in 1970 and is a privately held UK-registered company. It is owned by staff shareholders and global growth equity firm General Atlantic.