East Africa Infrastructure Projects and Disputes: as countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are striving to bridge the infrastructure gap to meet the needs of their rapidly growing populations and to foster economic growth, the number of disputes over infrastructure projects is inevitably growing.

13 septembre 2021 By Bernd Ehle, Baptiste Rigaudeau

LALIVE Partner Bernd Ehle, Associate Baptiste Rigaudeau, and Deputy Counsel for the International Chamber of Commerce Benjamin Ng’eno, provide insights into the dispute resolution practice relating to infrastructure projects in East Africa, highlighting the impact of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in a bilingual English/French article published in the International Business Law Journal (here). They also provide an overview of the arbitration landscape and an outlook on the future of infrastructure related disputes in the region.