Côte D’Ivoire wants to borrow $5.8 billion from the African Development Bank to finance its bold new tourism plan.
Critical aspects of the plan include:
Turning Abidjan into a business destination and a venue for holding conventions.
The construction of a 100-hectare leisure park.
The creation of 375 000 jobs.
- Attracting 4.5 million tourists to Côte D’Ivoire, making tourism the country’s “fourth economic pillar”.
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