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Madagascar: Malagasy Government wants to exceed the 10% economic growth in 2015

The new Government Roger Kolo wants to boost economic development in Madagascar and also aim on a growth of 7% in the second half of 2014 and even exceed 10% in 2015.
The Malagasy Government wants to achieve an investment rate of more than 25% of the gross domestic product (GDP) from 2014 and create about 500,000 jobs on the horizon by the end of 2015 and make poverty reduction at the same time in the island, as explained the Prime Minister, Roger Kolo, during the presentation of last weekend of its general policy to the National Assembly before the parliamentarians of the nation.
On the side of the tourism sector, one of the pillars of development, the Malagasy Government established its sustainable development.
Emphasis from air routes at the regional level, and the implementation "safety on roads including the RN7, very frequented by tourists, are considered", according to newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.
Find below the entire PDF of the Malagasy Prime Minister's general policy speech, Roger Kolo
discoursprogramme.pdf discoursprogramme.pdf  (49.52 KB)

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