Congo PM addresses current economic crisis | Africanews
3 weeks ago, 22:50
Congolese Prime Minister Clement Mouamba made a two-day trip to the country's economic capital of Pointe-Noire, a trip that is part of efforts to revive Congo's national economy.
The premier also paid a visit to the autonomous port, where he discussed with the port's management the ambition to see the harbour play an important role in maritime traffic and commerce, despite the difficult economic situation in the country. "
The hurdles, the duplications in the creation of businesses, the so-called one-stop shops, these are parallels.
Mr Mouamba also met with public administrations, trade unions and local entrepreneurs who came to seek assurance as the country wades through a major economic crisis. "
We like many companies, by tightening costs, lowering tariffs and increasing productivity have managed to get through.
The poor health of Congo's economy is characterized by a decline in growth, as well as difficulty in doing business .
Congo sits at the bottom of the Ease in Doing Business rankings, occupying the 179th place.
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