CÔTE D’IVOIRE, MALI AND BURKINA FASO HAVE COME A LONG WAY!

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Fanucchi Bruno

by Bruno Fanucchi

2015-12-18
 

These three key West African countries have had a narrow escape: Côte d’Ivoire, like its two northern neighbours – Mali and Burkina Faso – have come a long way after undergoing serious political upheaval. As far as they are concerned, the worst of the storm seems to have passed and life is returning to normal, despite the very serious alerts in Mali, linked to the persistence of the terrorist threat, with three attacks in March, August and November 2015. Their main asset for the future is their extraordinary numbers of young people. So let us review the situation of these countries. After having each undergone a crisis, in fact a war, followed by a difficult political transition, they are now seeing their situation become peaceful and their economy beginning to revive, offering their citizens the stability and security that have at last been recovered and opportunities for investment for the SMEs and the big foreign multinationals. Abidjan, Bamako and Ouagadougou have once again become popular business destinations.

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