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Ali Bongo Ondimba announces creation of a network of marine parks

At the World Parks Congress, the Gabonese head of state, patron of the Congress, shared his decision for Gabon to create a network of marine parks in which no commercial fishing will be authorized.

Economy: growth estimated at 7.1% for 2014 and 8.5% for 2015

Based on the economic situation observed for the second half of 2013, the economy is expected to show 7.1% growth for 2014.

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11/18/2014
International
The Secretary-General met today with H.E. Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Francophonie and Regional Integration of the Gabonese Republic. The Secretary-General commended Gabon for its contribution to the Human Rights Council, to peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic and for its important role in the resolution of the crisis in this country.
11/14/2014
International-Environement
Gabon has reached, 6 years in advance, the 2020 global targets for the protection of land and sea. Climate security, food chain, the balance between humans and nature: a major African voice on environmental issues, Ali Bongo Ondimba, guest of honor at the World Parks Congress, succeeds the congress’s 2003 sponsor, Nelson Mandela.
11/14/2014
International-Environement
At the World Parks Congress, the decennial meeting of environmental policy decision-makers, the Gabonese head of state, patron of the Congress, shared his decision for Gabon to create a network of marine parks in which no commercial fishing will be authorized.

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