International Trade in the Central African Republic

International Trade in Central African Republic

The growth in the Central African Republic (CAR) which had reached its highest level in ten years in 2006 (4.1%) was affected by the global economic crisis. After having fallen to 1.7% in 2009, it experienced a moderate revival in 2010, attaining 3.3% and it should become stable in 2011.... Read more

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    Direct Marketing, the Central African Republic

    Our company is Govt. of India Recognized Export House .Our main line of products are Light engineering goods which includes : •...
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    Professional Translation Services English to Russian, Russian to English: — marketing translation — technical...

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    DOMUS CAPITAL SA

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    DOMUS CAPITAL is an international trade platform. Opportunities and constant demands of our customers led us to expand into Europe,...
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    Food/Agricultural Sales and Distribution, the Central African Republic

    We produce and buy finished agricultural stuffs, e.g. vegetables, crops, maize, fruits e.t.c. We export canned fish and fresh fish,...

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Economic Overview

The growth in the Central African Republic (CAR) which had reached its highest level in ten years in 2006 (4.1%) was affected by the global economic crisis. After having fallen to 1.7% in 2009, it experienced a moderate revival in 2010, attaining 3.3% and it should become stable in 2011. Domestic demand remains the main growth driver, which is sustained by private investments. 

The Central African Republic achieved the completion point of the HIPC initiative (Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative) on June 30, 2009.  Its structural reforms program is based on the objectives of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP), as agreed with the IMF. The government has the intention of continuing its policy of domestic income mobilization and expenditures control. Its geographical landlocked location, a weak transportation system, a large majority of unskilled work force, inefficient economic policies and domestic political conflicts have slowed down the development of the country's economy.

The CAR is amongst the world's least developed countries (LDC): 67% of the population lives below the poverty threshold, the access to basic education and health services is not

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