Gabon Transport 2012
The government has acknowledged that transport upgrades urgently need to be made to promote growth in a number of other sectors, including tourism, agriculture and extractive industries. The National Infrastructure Master Plan, which was launched in June 2012, focuses on 21 priority projects in transport, energy and housing. Current transport projects include the expansion of the ports system, which saw a 20% increase in traffic between 2010 and 2011; a €30.5m renovation of Port-Gentil’s aiport; and the expansion and paving of the road network, particularly outside of towns and urban centres. This chapter contains interviews with Dominique Oyinamono, Director-General, National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC); and Grégory Quérel, Chairman of the Management Board, Necotrans.
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OBG talks to Grégory Quérel, Chairman of the Management Board, Necotrans

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