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GABON

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Tourism & Culture August 12, 2011

The real winners? The host nation

Gabon is revving up to enter the limelight as a co-host of the continent’s most important sporting event: the African Cup of Nations (CAN)
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Tourism & Culture August 12, 2011

‘Libreville is a friendly and pleasant place that we try to protect’

Jean-François Ntoutoume has ambitious plans to turn his city into one of Africa’s cleanest and most beautiful and prosperous places to live
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Tourism & Culture August 12, 2011

Restoring Libreville’s former splendor

The city to which former slaves returned is now undergoing a new transition: City Hall is infusing new life into projects that will boost the economy and raise the quality of life
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Construction August 12, 2011

Social security for all a top priority

As the cost of providing pensions and disability support is rising, the state is encouraging the large percentage of Gabonese workers and employers in the grey economy to contribute
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Construction August 12, 2011

Upgrading Gabon’s main access to world markets

Because Gabon’s economy depends on exports of raw materials – chiefly oil, wood and minerals – Gabon’s ports are vital to the country’s development
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Construction August 12, 2011

Africa’s 1st universal healthcare

The Gabonese government is fighting poverty and social exclusion through broader access to healthcare
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Construction August 12, 2011

Sogatra’s new fleet will be a boost for public transport

Following years of being overlooked, investing heavily in public transport is now a government priority
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Construction August 12, 2011

CGC ensures trade fluidity that is safe, fast and guaranteed

The Conseil Gabonais des Chargeurs (CGC), or Gabonese Loader Council, supervises the nation’s trade and freight sector to guarantee secure goods transportation
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Construction August 12, 2011

Fast forward emergence

Oil has made the small, sparsely populated state of Gabon one of the wealthiest in Africa, but with production in decline new ways of securing the future must be found