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GAMBIA

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Tourism & Culture December 20, 2011

The Gambia: West Africa’s best-kept secret

In a world consumed by materialism, often the perfect adventures lay behind the bustling cities of Europe and deep into the cradle of humankind: Africa
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Finance November 29, 2011

Airport cleared for take-off

The airport at The Gambia’s capital Banjul is being upgraded and repositioned as a regional hub that will link the West African region with the rest of the world.
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Agriculture November 29, 2011

Building a business from the groundnut up

In 2005 Anthony McNeill, a retired African-American cop from New York, left the United States to return to his roots and venture into Ghana – back in the days before the country had really hit the...
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Agriculture November 29, 2011

Sowing the seeds of future growth

Two projects costing $24 million aim to increase agricultural productivity
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Energy November 29, 2011

Bringing power to the people

Ensuring dependable supplies of electricity and water will fuel the nation’s development
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Digital Transformation November 29, 2011

Strong signals for mobile phones

Tough competition and improving infrastructure suggest a bright future for   mobile communications in The Gambia
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Manufacturing November 29, 2011

The English-speaking gateway to West Africa

Located on the West Coast of Africa, The Gambia is geographically the continent’s smallest mainland country, stretching less than 30 miles across at its widest point.