Recording of the African debate on the occasion of the 5th edition of the Côte d’Ivoire Country Risk Conferences (Abidjan, June 3, 2021).
© Sébastien Faye
By: Alain Foka
After the great chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on African economies, the time has come for reorganization.
Can Côte d’Ivoire, the locomotive of the West African region, relaunch its growth?
What does she retain from the Paris summit on the African economy which took place in May 2021?
With our guests:
, Minister of Economy and Finance of Côte d’Ivoire
Yacouba Pénagnaba Coulibaly
, President of the National Authority for the Regulation of Public Procurement (ANRMP)
, Director General of the Ivorian Electricity Company (CIE) and the Côte d’Ivoire Water Distribution Company (SODECI)
, CEO of Bloomfield Investment Corporation.
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