Côte d'Ivoire Economy

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While economic growth has been strong in recent years, it has not always been inclusive. There are significant differences in regional growth rates between the commercial centre of Abidjan and the rest of Côte d’Ivoire, as well as more broadly between the north and south of the country. Interregional redistribution efforts have been...

 

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Recent decades have seen a downward convergence in corporate tax regimes worldwide as economies moved to grab a bigger slice of the global investment pie. Headline rates have fallen by 20 percentage points since the early 1980s. Alongside this, special tax incentives aimed at capturing investment have emerged, further reducing the effective...

 

In the half-decade following the return of political stability in 2011, Côte d’Ivoire was one among the fastest-growing economies in the world. Having missed out on much of the developing and emerging markets boom that characterised the global economy during 2000-10 due to its domestic political crisis, the more recent period of out-...

 

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have a long and varied history in Côte d’Ivoire, dating back to at least 1960. To date, PPP projects have occurred almost exclusively in the infrastructure sector, and have been carried out under a variety of models, such as private sector management, leasing, concession, build-own-operate and build-own-...

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