Côte d'Ivoire Agriculture

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Chapter | Agriculture from The Report: Cote d'Ivoire 2017

Agriculture has been the largest single economic growth driver in Côte d’Ivoire in the years following independence, supported by a diverse selection of cash crops that have benefitted from strong government support and promotion, fertile land, a favourable climate and growing conditions, and abundant water resources. Agricultural development has taken priority in recent years, as evidenced by...

Cote d’Ivoire has seen rapid growth since a decade-long bout of civil unrest ended in 2011. The largest economy in UEMOA, and the third largest in ECOWAS, the country accounts for more than 30% of the eight-member bloc’s GDP.

Après les troubles post-électoraux de 2011, l'impressionnant rebond économique devrait se poursuivre en Côte d'Ivoire. Le prix du cacao, l’une des recettes d'exportation les plus importantes du pays, demeure en effet élevé, avec une production solide et des recettes d'exportation importantes prévues pour l'année à venir.

A la faveur de nouveaux investissements, la Côte d’Ivoire, premier producteur mondial de cacao, devrait voir sa capacité de production augmenter considérablement, à l’heure où l’Etat déploie une vaste politique visant à améliorer la productivité.

Agriculture is one of the most important drivers of growth in the Ivorian economy in terms of revenues, employment and value-added activities. Contributing 22% to GDP, the sector accounts for at least 50% of exports and provides jobs to 60-70% of the population, according to the World Bank. Fertile land and favourable weather conditions enabled...

Côte d’Ivoire is the world’s second-largest cocoa grinding hub after the Netherlands, and it produced 520,000 tonnes of processed cocoa in the 2013/14 growing year, or 12% of world cocoa processing. With a current grinding capacity of 550,000-600,000 tonnes, the government and the newly created sector regulator, the Coffee-Cocoa Council (Conseil...

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