Secteurs porteurs


INDUSTRIAL SECTOR MINING AND PETROLEUM SECTOR AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
  • Promotion of the private sector is a cross-action, which involves many departments, each capable of contributing to the improvement of the business environment, and thereby to promote the emergence of a strong private sector, dynamic and competitive. Côte d'Ivoire has a highly profitable portfolio. These include:
  • Non agro-industrial sector
  • - Construction materials
  • - Recycling unit waste plastics for the manufacture of packaging,
  • - Recycling Unit cardboard and paper,
  • - Paper production unit based cellulosic waste
  • - Recycling Unit Used broken glasses,
  • - Manufacturing unit hollow and pressed glass,
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  • Dies pharmaceutical and para
  • - Production unit extracts of African flavors "Project Afriparfum",
  • - Culture Development Unit and the use of spirulina "South Project",
  • - Production unit of Ivorian food fortification "Project Foralivoire",
  • - Pharmaceutical excipients Unit "Project Medexip",
  • - Mobile unit extraction of essential oils from medicinal plants "Project Mobilhuile",
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  • The capital goods sector
  • - Industrial Production Unit sulfuric acid.
  • The mining industry
  • Improving product quality and control standards
  • Availability of raw materials in general
  • Mineral resources
  • The mining sector is experiencing a revival of activity. With more than 1% of Ivorian GDP, mines are an emerging sector. In addition to manganese, which is by far the most exploited mining resource, gold, of which only 2 out of 10 deposits are mined, nickel, diamond, iron, cobalt and tantalite are part of an ambitious 10-year plan. -2012 in preparation since 2009. The Ivorian government aims the annual production of 21 tons of gold, one million carats of diamond, 24 million tons of iron ... 
  • Ce secteur regorge d’importantes et diverses opportunités :
  • - Projet Nickel et fer de Biankouma et Touba
  • - Exploitation de la mine d’or d’Ity à Zouan Hounien
    • Oil
  • With its oil and gas reserves estimated at 100 million barrels and 30 billion m3, respectively, the hydrocarbon sector begins to take an important place in the Ivorian economy. This sector is a source of growth and provides opportunities for investment.
  • Exploration / Production
  • - Eight (8) exploration blocks still available.
  • Refining
  • - Extension of the refinery in Abidjan (increase of 30% of the current capacity);
  • - Construction of a multi-sea pipeline products.
  • Storage / Transport
  • - Increased gas storage capacity;
  • - Construction of a pipeline of petroleum products Abidjan-Bouaké.
  • Distribution  
  • - Extension of the natural gas distribution network in the industry;
  • - Construction of gas stations in the shadows.
  • Côte d'Ivoire has achieved remarkable results in agricultural development. For many of its productions (including export), it is ranked at enviable global and African ranks.
  • LCocoa and coffee crops occupy more than 75% of land devoted to cash crops with a predominance of cocoa (56%). Côte d'Ivoire respectively held the first in the world and the 3rd African rank.
  • Cotton, oil palm, cashew and rubber occupy 23% of the areas.
  • Other cash crops (coconut, banana, etc.) occupy only 2% of the areas.
    • Coffee 
  • This area offers the following opportunities: 
  • In 2002, coffee production was 300,000 tons with about 440,000 farmers operator 1,300,000 hectares. It has continued to experience a sharp drop in recent years, reaching its lowest level in 2008. But from 2009 coffee revives its usual level due to good weather conditions and maintenance of orchards. Production in 2009 reached 144,716 tons against 67,610 tons in 2008.ituel grâce aux bonnes conditions climatiques et à l’entretien des vergers. La production en 2009 atteint 144 716 Tonnes contre 67 610 Tonnes en 2008.  
    • Cacao
  • The annual cocoa production increased by 14.7% and amounted to 1,304,494 tons in 2009 after falling back to 12.8% in 2008. This production comes from about 600,000 farmers operator 2,500,000 hectares with an average yield of about 500 to 600 kg / ha. Cocoa cultivation system most widely used in the forest area is the extensive and small family farm with farm sizes varying between 1 and 1.5 ha.
    • Palm oil
  • Two types of operations: 
  • - Industrial operations, benefiting from technical and financial resources. They belong to large agro-industrial groups. The average yield is 10 t / ha.
  • - The village farms, benefiting from fewer resources, account for 75% of the total area (200,000 hectares) of the Ivorian palm grove. The yield is of the order of 5 to 7t / ha.
  • In 2004 the production was 1,378,826 tons and 292,278 tons regimes of crude palm oil. In 2009, she was 394431.6 tons of oil representing a growth rate of 9.8%.
    • Hevea
  • In rubber production, there are industrial plantations owned by large private and village plantations. Average yields of dry rubber obtained on all plantations are around 1.2 t / ha village plantations and 1.7 t / ha for industrial plantations against 2 to 2.5 t / ha obtained by station research.
  • The total area is currently around 110,000 ha of which 53% of industrial plantations and 4.7% of village plantations. Rubber production increased by 4.1% and appears to 202,094 tons in 2009 due to the expansion of cultivated areas due to the good prices in recent years.
  • The trends for these two products are attributable to investments, maintenance of cultivated areas and improved cultural practices.
    • Coton
  • Cotton, mainly rainfed, is grown on about 300,000 hectares mainly in the Savannah area, occupying 150,000 farmers every year.
  • Fiber production reached a record level of 177,000 tonnes in 1999/2000 with an average ginning of the order of 43.50% among the best ginning rate in the world. 
  • Today, production revives the good performance by a grant from the state to producers and amounts to 140,611 tons.
    • Sugar cane
  • The Ivorian production of sugarcane is primarily industrial. Farms are conducted in pure culture with irrigation. 2009 production experienced a 8.8% increase and appears to 168,414 tons.
  • This production is the result of two agro-industrial companies.
    • Cashew
  • Cashew is grown in the northern half of Côte d'Ivoire. Areas sown are small usually between 0.5-4 ha. Approximately 250,000 farmers cultivate this speculation on a set of 750,000 ha. 2009 production recorded a 9% increase, amounting to 340 318T. However yields between 240 and 600 kg / ha, are still far from the performance recorded in countries such as Guinea Bissau where it reaches 1200 kg / ha. Against this outperformance is due to the non widespread use of selected high-performance materials.
    • Pineapple
  • The cultivation of pineapple is grown by small farmers and large agro-industrial groups. Small farmers have very little money and settled on small farms (0.5 to 1 ha). 
  • Production in 2009 fall of 21.3% to 77 They produce 60% of exported pineapples. The average yields are 25 to 30 t / ha. Large agro-industrial groups, with substantial material and financial resources, operate generally above 50 ha area. Their high technical level allows them to reach 50 t / ha close to the current varietal potential (60 t / ha). 776 T.
  • 776 T.  
    • Banana
  • Current production is mainly provided by large agro-industrial groups representing banana multinationals. These groups practice intensive culture with important ways: Irrigation system installation, supply of inputs (fertilizers and pesticides) and can come into compliance with the new regulations on international trade.
  • Production has almost doubled over the period from 1997 to 2004 from 116,000 tons / year to 229,000 tons / year on increasingly smaller areas (100.00 ha in 1977-6000 ha since 1999). In 2009, she recorded a 2.8% shrinkage and stands at 285,602 T.
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  • Both speculations face the lack of investment, but especially to the strong competition from Latin American countries.
    • Ornamental horticultural products
  • The current Ivorian ornamental horticulture respect to green plants (1,200 tonnes), cut flowers (2,000 tonnes) and foliage. The sector has developed through private initiatives. There are two categories of traders: large farmers to the number of 17 720 hectares in the open and 20 hectares in shade houses and small producers in number 43, grouped together in a cooperative called FLORACI operating about 140 hectares . The annual export is estimated at 1,300 tons. Ornamental horticulture is practiced in the southern half especially in the vicinity of Abidjan.

     
  • The ongoing work of the master plan for industrial development (SDI program being supported by UNIDO and ADB) highlight a huge agricultural potential insufficiently exploited by the processing industry. Rate of transformation of the higher raw materials are estimated at about 20% in the cocoa sector and 8% for coffee against less than 5% in other sectors. The intensification and diversification of productive activities in this field but also in intermediate sectors (packaging, building materials, spare parts, etc.), can be a potential for development of private investments.
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