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Gabonese Industries laydown roadmap for Growth

This Thursday, March 21, the Forum on the financing of Gabonese industries opened in Libreville. Work planned over two days that François Mbongo Rafemo Bourdette, responsible minister, wants to be “educational, methodical and practical so that solutions are found” with a view to real participation of the sector in the national economy.

The Deputy Prime Minister, Alexandre Barro Chambrier, opened this Thursday, March 21 in Libreville the Forum on the financing of Gabonese industries initiated by the Ministry of Industry, in partnership with Gabonese development partners and public and financial institutions. private. For two days, participants will have to discuss within the framework of three panels focused on the presentation of the financing possibilities of industrial companies by international financial institutions, on the presentation of private and public financing mechanisms.

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Part of the policy of strengthening and accelerating the industrialization of Gabon, in accordance with the National Transition Development Plan (PNDT) and the strategic orientations given to the ministerial department for which he is responsible, François Mbongo Rafemo Bourdette wished to give this meeting a particular format based on the exchange of experiences on the subject of financing in the industrial sector, both in Gabon and abroad. “This work is intended to be educational, methodical and practical so that lasting and concrete solutions are found,” indicated the Minister of Industry during the opening ceremony.

It must be said that this forum comes several weeks after the member of the government initiated a tour of the country’s various industrial units, particularly in Libreville, its suburbs and in Port-Gentil, the economic capital of Gabon. The objective, he explains, was to “soak up the difficulties linked to the establishment, exercise, development and diversification of industrial activities”. In Gabon, he recognizes, “the problems linked to the costs of commission factors, logistical transport, the quality and availability of infrastructure, access to energy, parafiscality, the cumbersome administrative procedures, but also the cost of access to financing remains real bottlenecks for manufacturers.

Also, during these two days, it will be a question of allowing forum participants to benefit from the experience of those who have benefited from the different financing support mechanisms; and to industrial SMEs, the financing mechanisms provided for by the CSR of large industrial companies.