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Business in Bouaké, Ivory Coast

Foreign Trade and Business in Bouaké (Baoulé): the third economy of Ivory Coast, Gbêkê, Bandama, Baoulé.

The city of Bouaké is the capital (County capital) of the Bouaké Department of Ivory Coast (West Africa)

  1. Population of Bouaké (agglomeration): 1,5 million people
    1. Bouaké is the second most populated Ivorian city after Abidjan
    2. Important immigration of citizens from Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger
  2. Bouaké is the third Ivorian economy after Abidjan and San-Pédro
  3. Cocoa and coffee production
  4. Bouaké is an important trade centre of the Central region of Ivory Coast
  5. Important cross-border trade with Burkina Faso and Mali

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Business in Ivory Coast, Abidjan, Yamoussoukro, Cocoa, African Frontier Market (Foreign Trade, Exports) Ivory Coast (Bouaké)

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

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  1. 2002 - 2010: control of Bouaké by the New Forces of Ivory Coast (FNCI)
  2. Bouaké remained, from 2002 until the presidential elections of the end of 2010, under the control of the new armed forces
  3. Bouaké was an important slave market
  4. Climate of Bouaké: tropical wet
  5. The main languages in Bouaké are French, Baoulé and Dyula
  6. The main ethnic group of Bouaké are the Baoulé
    1. Bauolés are from Ghana (Akan group)
    2. 23% of the Ivorian population (3,9 million Ivorian) are Baulés
    3. Bauolés speak Baulé (Niger-Congolese language)
    4. Other ethnicities in Bouaké are Dyula, Agni, Akyé, Bété and Mossi
  7. The main religions in Bouaké are Islam and the African Traditional Religions
    1. Metropolitan Archdiocese of Bouaké
  8. Ivorian region: Gbêkê region (Centre of Ivory Coast).
  9. Departments of the Gbêkê region: Bouaké, Béoumi, Botro and Sakassou

Foreign Trade and Business in Bouaké

Ivorian District: Bandama Valley

  1. Area of the Bandama Valley: 28.530 km²
  2. Contiguous districts: Lacs (Lagos), Sassandra-Marahou, Savanes, Woroba and Zanzan
  3. The main ethnicities of the Bandama Valley are Baoulé and Djiminis

Transport and Logistics in Ivory Coast

Port of Abidjan (Ivory Coast)

Distances from Bouaké to:

  1. Abidjan: 342 kilometres
  2. Yamoussoukro: 106 kilometres
  3. Korhogo: 229 kilometres
  4. Daloa: 236 kilometres
  5. Man: 330 kilometres
  6. San-Pédro: 474 kilometres

Access to the Benin-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast Railway loop

Benin-Niger-Burkina Faso-Ivory Coast Railway Loop

Railway: Abidjan (Ivory Coast)- Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)-Niger

SKBO cross-border axis

  1. Bouaké
  2. Sikasso: the second Malian city by population
  3. Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso)

Higher Education in Bouaké (Ivory Coast)

  1. University Alassane Ouattara

History of Ivory Coast

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