The prospect of a significant increase in foreign investments in Africa has led African States to individually or collectively rise up their deficit in energy infrastructure, civil engineering, transportation and telecommunications. The aim for these countries is to reduce production costs and improve their competitiveness in order to attract the flow of direct foreign investment earmarked for the African continent.
New policies and strategies as well as scaled up infrastructure development programs are being materialized through the reform of laws and regulations as well as the conclusion of public-private partnerships agreements. The implementation of these legal instruments raises major legal challenges that motivate Elite Law Firm lawyers and consultants, in their area of expertise, to follow daily the rapid development of legislative and regulatory changes as well as contractual practices related thereto. This way, they are able, through meticulous research, to address the needs of our national and international clients in their investment or financing projects in the DRC and in Africa.