Cote d'Ivore Transport 2013

More than any other sector, the Ivoirian government has placed transport and infrastructure at the centre of its plans to revitalise the national economy after a decade of political instability and under-investment. The improvement of Côte d’Ivoire’s transport network is essential to increasing growth in its export-led agriculture sector and the nascent mining industry, as well as capitalising on the country’s role as a transit and transshipment centre for the sub-region.  

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