International Trade in Mali

International Trade in Mali

Mali is among the 25 poorest countries in the world. Farming and fishing are the two main activities of its economy. The agricultural sector represents more than a third of the GDP and employs slightly less than half of the labor force. The industrial sector is limited to basic food... Read more

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  • Salif Metal Trading Sarl

    Salif Metal Trading Sarl

    Metal Sales and Distribution, Mali

    SALIF METAL TRADING SARL is a credible international company.The import-Export Limited Liabilities Company, governed by Malian...
  • Seya Gold Miners CO-OP

    Seya Gold Miners CO-OP

    Metal Sales and Distribution, Mali

    We are big Gold mining and exporting company based in Mali and Guinea. We are community miners of the regions of Kaye and Kalana Villages...

Overview About International Trade in Mali

Economic Overview

Mali is among the 25 poorest countries in the world. Farming and fishing are the two main activities of its economy. The agricultural sector represents more than a third of the GDP and employs slightly less than half of the labor force. The industrial sector is limited to basic food processing. The manufacturing sector generates a quarter of Mali's income and employs nearly one-sixth of the workforce. Lastly, the services sector contributes slightly less than half of the national wealth and employs nearly four out of ten workers .

Mali's main source of income comes from the export of cotton and gold. The positive factors that promote the country's economy are: a good progress in its agricultural yield, an improvement in the business environment, a steady increase in gold prices in the international market, the discovery of substantial oil reserves in the northern part of the country and the implementation of economic reforms. However, an inefficient public sector, inadequate infrastructures, ineffective administration and corruption continue to hamper the country's economic development. 

 

Mali is hardly integrated into the global financial markets and the effects of

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