A New Business Model for Sustainable Profit: the Case for Nairobi Metro

Currently, African governments take on expensive loans to finance public transport development, threatening financial stability for the future. A better way is to develop a profitable business model that draws private investment in infrastructure.

A New Business Model for Sustainable Profit: the Case for Nairobi Metro
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