In the spotlight

The New York Forum, September 21, 2014BPI return on investment index: Gabon occupies 33rd place in world rankingLibreville, 2nd medium-sized city with the greatest growth potential

The New York Forum 2014, on September 21st, will focus on two of the key issues confronting business and political leaders: technology and jobs, and the economic impact of climate change.

BPI return on investment index: Gabon occupies 33rd place in world ranking

Ranked 33rd out of 112 countries evaluated by the Baseline Profitability Index (BPI), Gabon proved its attractiveness in the eyes of international investors.

Libreville, 2nd medium-sized city with the greatest growth potential

Published by MasterCard, the African Cities Growth Index (ACGI) for 2014 highlights the Gabonese capital. Libreville is seen as "the central city of central Africa" because it occupies the second position in the ranking of medium-sized cities in Africa with the greatest growth potential.

Latest News

09/15/2014
Economy
The CEMAC 2014 first half year report on the economic situation and macroeconomic outlook indicates that global growth rose in the second half of 2013 to reach an average of 3.6%.
09/07/2014
International
The first official visit to Tunisia by President Ali Bongo Ondimba, which ended this Sunday, opens the way for multiple exchanges between the two nations with convergent ambitions: encourage human investment and social development to stimulate economic competitiveness, local transformation and sector-based diversification.
09/04/2014
Economy
Libreville, 4th September 2014 – Gabon improves its economic competitiveness index 2014, moving up from 112th place in the world in 2013 to 106th place in 2014.

Focus on

 
Gabon enjoys a strategic geographical position in central Africa, acting as a gateway to a regional market of 250 million consumers.