Côte d'Ivoire Transport Articles & Analysis

Chapter | Transport from The Report: Cote d’Ivoire 2019

Côte d’Ivoire has been undertaking ex¬tensive public infrastructure works with a notable focus on transportation, which accounted for 9% of GDP in 2018. Over €10.7bn is being devoted to roads and the wider transport sector under the National Development Plan 2016-20, yet the great¬est challenge remains developing and maintaining an integrated logistics network. Several projects are under way in...

Côte d’Ivoire has returned to economic growth after stabilising its political situation in 2011. The economy has grown at a rate of 9% per year since 2011, in part due to the emergence of its burgeoning industrial sector. As one of the fastest-growing African economies, with an annual GDP growth rate forecast at 7-7.5% in 2019, Côte d’Ivoire is now promoting sustainable and inclusive growth.

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En Côte d’Ivoire, où la croissance économique se poursuit, l’urbanisation rapide et l’augmentation de la population devraient conduire le pays à entamer d’importants chantiers de modernisation des infrastructures de transport et des infrastructures urbaines, selon un nouveau rapport de la Banque Mondiale publié fin février. De son côté, le gouvernement ivoirien soutient plusieurs initiatives destinées à combler les insuffisances en la matière.

 

What is being done to maintain the country’s status as a West African maritime hub?

 

Côte d’Ivoire is moving to consolidate its position as a major logistics cenxtre in West Africa by constructing new ports and upgrading its existing ones.

 

The aviation sector is experiencing rapid growth worldwide, propelled by booming tourism industries, lower air fares and the push for greater connectivity. According to Boeing, commercial airlines experienced average annual passenger growth of 6.2% between 2012 and 2017, estimating that by 2036 an additional 41,000 plane deliveries will need...

 

Since the return of political stability to Côte d’Ivoire in 2011, the country has gone through extensive public infrastructure works with a notable focus on transportation. In fact, the transport sector accounted for 9% of Côte d’Ivoire’s GDP in 2018, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Côte d’Ivoire has returned to economic growth after stabilising its political situation in 2011. The economy has grown at a rate of 9% per year since 2011, in part due to the emergence of its burgeoning industrial sector. As one of the fastest-growing African economies, with an annual GDP growth rate forecast at 7-7.5% in 2019, Côte d’Ivoire is now promoting sustainable and inclusive growth.