Côte d'Ivoire Economy

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Côte d’Ivoire’s high level of regional integration is evidenced in numerous ways: it is a net exporter of energy, has ratified free movement protocols of the regional economic blocs it belongs to – including ECOWAS and the Community of Sahel-Saharan States – and has played its part in successfully implementing convergence agendas set by the...


What can be done to facilitate access to finance for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)?


How can Côte d’Ivoire improve its business climate?


To what extent has the one-stop shop facilitated investment in Côte d’Ivoire?


In the face of economic challenges after the political upheaval of the 2000-11 period, Côte d’Ivoire has implemented major reforms, allowing it to become one of the most dynamic economies in Africa. Significant public investment, combined with strong prices for many agricultural cash crops, helped achieve average annual GDP growth of 8.5%...


Since independence in 1960 Côte d’Ivoire’s foreign policy has been characterised by friendly relations with the West, particularly France, and participation in regional and international multilateral organisations. The country’s relations with its immediate neighbours have generally been good, with few of the border tensions that are notable...

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