Gabon Transport

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Dans un contexte de chute des prix du pétrole, le Gabon s’attèle à rénover ses infrastructures de transport, lançant toute une série de nouveaux projets destinés à accélérer les efforts de diversification.

Les projets visant à relier par la route la deuxième ville du Gabon, Port-Gentil, au reste du pays, vont bon train et déjà 20% de la nouvelle route Port-Gentil-Omboué, tronçon de 93 km, était réalisé fin septembre.

What measures are being taken to upgrade and improve Gabon’s current railway capacity?

Transport in Gabon is in the midst of a major transformation as authorities work to improve the quality and availability of infrastructure to link the country’s transport systems. One of the most notable of these initiatives is the construction of a new road that will effectively link Gabon’s second-biggest city and economic hub, Port-Gentil, to...

Africa’s economies have posted impressive growth rates in recent years, giving rise to the narrative of “Africa Rising”. The continent’s GDP growth of roughly 5% annually comes in spite of its lack of infrastructure, but the deficit cuts growth by an estimated two percentage points and productivity by 40%, according to the World Bank. According...

How will maritime transport change over the coming years in terms of volumes and goods?

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