International Trade in Liberia

International Trade in Liberia

After falling to 4.6% in 2009, due to the global recession, Liberia's economic growth rate has recovered, reaching 6.3% in 2010 and should further accelerate in 2011. The recovery of exports, the good performance of private invastment and a large amount of internatinal aid have been the... Read more

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    Metal Sales and Distribution, Liberia

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Economic Overview

After falling to 4.6% in 2009, due to the global recession, Liberia's economic growth rate has recovered, reaching 6.3% in 2010 and should further accelerate in 2011. The recovery of exports, the good performance of private invastment and a large amount of internatinal aid have been the main growthdrivers.

The main challenges that the country faces are its excessive dependence on the imports of foodstuffs, agricultural vulnerability to harmful insects that destroy crops and the structural fragility of a country in the process of reconstruction. In 2008, the government launched its Poverty Reduction Strategies Program (PRS) for the period beginning on April 2008 until June 2011. The project is crafted of four major pillars: the consolidation of peace and security, the revival of the economy, the reinforcement of government and rule of law and the reconstruction of its infrastructures and basic services. The Liberia Governance and Economic Management Assistance Program (GEMAP) should help the Liberian government to generate and to use its income in a more efficient and transparent way. Having completed the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPC), Liberia was

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