Crisis Firm's $1.5B Port Project Aims to Heighten US Investment in Africa
The Texas businessman behind the project, Michael Guidry, says the port represents an opportunity for the U.S. to establish a significant presence in North Africa, which has 1,100 miles of coastline, before the Chinese stake a claim.
Washington Times, July 26, 2018, By Dan Boylan
Texas businessman Michael Guidry says he has a $1.5 billion plan to help the U.S. gain a strategic foothold in Africa, which he says is being overrun with investors from other countries, primarily China.
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