Côte d'Ivoire Transport Articles & Analysis

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Pour atteindre son objectif d’obtenir le statut d'économie émergente en 2020, la Côte d'Ivoire se lance dans une série de constructions d'infrastructures ambitieuses afin de soutenir le développement des secteurs les plus générateurs de revenus. 

The central location, large infrastructural capacity, and extensive road and rail connections of Côte d’Ivoire make it a natural gateway for trade to and from its landlocked neighbours: Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali. A decade of unrest, however, has weakened the country’s role as a transit gateway to the region and has seen the ports of Dakar (...

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In the decades following independence in 1960, Côte d’Ivoire led West Africa in terms of transport infrastructure. Today, although several years of civil unrest have taken their toll, it still has one of the largest road networks in the region, as well as relatively competitive aviation and maritime port infrastructure.

Chapter | Transport from The Report: Cote d'Ivoire 2015

In the decades following independence in 1960, Côte d’Ivoire led West Africa in terms of transport infrastructure. Today, although several years of civil unrest have taken their toll, it still has one of the largest road networks in the region, as well as relatively competitive aviation and maritime port infrastructure. As the government pushes to attain emerging country status by 2020, the...