Standard & Poor's confirms Gabon's stable economic outlook
The agency Standard and Poor's has affirmed its long-term credit rating of BB- for Gabon, with a 'stable' outlook, and confirmed its short-term B rating.
Zero tolerance for poachers: a global alliance
The London conference on the illegal wildlife trade marks a turning point in the global fight against poaching.
Gabon expects GDP growth of between 6.5 and 6.8% in 2014
6.5% according to the National monetary and financial committee of Gabon, 6.8% according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF): the 2014 growth forecast for Gabon's GDP is excellent, thanks to the sound health of trade.
The socially-oriented Government
President Ali Bongo Ondimba is ramping up plans to transform Gabon with priority given to its most vulnerable citizens. The new Government, which is led by Daniel Ona Ondo, has been instructed to focus on achieving concrete results.