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REPUBLIC OF CONGO

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Others July 08, 2015

New infrastructure to showcase All Africa Games’ return to Brazzaville

Congo’s new sports infrastructure is going to provide an impressive setting for the 2015 All Africa Games, 50 years after its capital city hosted the first ever staging of the event
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Others June 24, 2015

Republic of Congo to overcome oil dependance through ambitious diversification plan

Despite its challenges, the country’s banking sector is ready to support a more diverse Congolese economy and facilitate private sector involvement, according to the Minister of Economy and Finance...
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Tourism & Culture June 05, 2015

Remarkable environmental richness and biodiversity prove a huge draw to visitors

More than 80% of wild chimpanzees live in the Congolese forest, and with the largest African national park, Odzala, the country is not short of fantastic tourism activities
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Chemicals June 04, 2015

Mining sector affords profitable investment opportunities

Opportunities within the sector promise positive returns
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Finance June 03, 2015

Economy expected to grow in 2015 despite drop in oil revenues

The country’s banking system will be integral to encouraging diversification and developing small and medium sized enterprises
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Construction June 01, 2015

Infrastructure expansion puts country into a new phase of development

Industry and infrastructure are set to be a fundamental phase in Congo’s ongoing development
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Logistics May 28, 2015

Port developments reflect the country’s promising maritime future

The Republic of the Congo is developing its logistics network by investing in new deepwater ports that will connect with highways and even airports, enabling the Central African country to not just...
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Medical May 27, 2015

Asperbras assists President Denis Sassou Nguesso’s social welfare agenda

Asperbras is achieving the president’s will to improve social infrastructure provision and is helping to ensure the Republic of the Congo will be the first African country to have one hospital...
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Logistics May 25, 2015

20 years carrying Congo through the clouds

One of the Republic of the Congo’s longest serving airlines, Trans Air Congo has grown from a one-flight-a-day service, to a top class travel provider for the West African region
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Digital Transformation May 21, 2015

ICT sector ready for the next step

The Republic of the Congo has four main mobile network companies, but the sector is now preparing to extend communications networks across the country
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Construction May 19, 2015

High-quality housing for a growing population

Maisons Sans Frontiers Congo has created a niche for high-standard housing in the Congolese market and now intends to help improve the quality of accommodation
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Logistics May 18, 2015

Air traffic will grow 7.2 % by 2017

ECAir is Congo’s national airline, with plans for international routes across Europe and the Middle East
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Construction May 15, 2015

Congo Terminal gets state-of-the-art makeover

Expansion plans for Congo Terminal will increase capacity and modernize the seaport making it an international gateway to Central Africa