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Côte d'Ivoire, heading into the future

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NABIL ZORKOT

There are ambitious targets to be achieved by 2030. Sights are set not only on doubling the country's wealth but also getting a far-reaching modernisation process underway, not only for the state but also for the private sector and the people.

Publié en janvier 2022
NABIL ZORKOT

The 2021-2025 National Development Plan will focus on a massive industrialisation effort. Objective: to drive and facilitate the emergence of a large middle class.

Publié en janvier 2022
DANIEL RIFFET/NATURIMAGES

From cocoa, cashew nuts, palm, bananas and pineapples to cotton, the challenge is to move beyond raw materials. All the while ensuring the country's food-self sufficiency

Publié en janvier 2022
CANEX

The second social programme will benefit disadvantaged populations, including those in the northern regions

Publié en janvier 2022
NABIL ZORKOT

The government continues to invest in this crucial sector to boost the country's competitiveness

Publié en janvier 2022

Businesses and entrepreneurs will play a central role in the structural transformation of the economy.

Publié en janvier 2022

The upheavals caused by global warming are becoming increasingly tangible. Preparing for the future means addressing key challenges.

 

Publié en janvier 2022

Between land and sea, this megalopolis known as “Babi”, is cosmopolitan, excessive, industrious and festive. Our GALLERY TOUR reveals a capital that is far from purely “economic”.

Publié en janvier 2022