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Bussines in Guinea


Economy

Against a background of internal tensions, 2009 saw the start of a political transition towards the first free and transparent elections in the country's history. In the economic context, with the global economic and financial crisis, the country is faced with a dramatic drop of more than 40% in the price of aluminium, its principal export.

Prospects are good for 2010 and especially 2011, with a return to a new constitutional order, the rebuilding of trust with development partners and improved stability in the sub-region. These developments will help to improve the business climate and the attractiveness of investing in Guinea. The decisive signal will come from a revival in OECD countries, economic recovery in developing countries, especially in Asia, and greater relaxation of mining markets.

Social calm reinforced by a policy to combat poverty through decentralisation and microfinance will have a certain impact on growth, especially in the food production, livestock, traditional fishing and gold prospection sectors. These initial short-term measures will send a positive signal for the resumption of talks on conditions for reaching the completion point of the HIPC Initiative.

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It's very difficult to do business over here at moment with corruption in mind of every officials.
Joseph , Guinea


Forget about business these people must first clean up the corruption in Country.
dalton , England


A wonderful job. Super heplufl information.
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Politic in Guinea


The death of President Lansana Conté on 22 December 2008 has led to a period of uncertainty in Guinea. A military coup prevented the president of the National Assembly and the prime minister from finding a successor in accordance with the constitution. The new junta, which was led by Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, carried out a purge of the army by imprisoning or forcing several generals to retire. The government was dissolved, but government administration was operational again by January 2009 under the leadership of a new civilian prime minister and high-level civil servants in charge of day-to-day administration.

The junta said it was planning to carry out parliamentary and presidential elections within two years. Political parties have asked the international community to help restore constitutional order before the end of 2009. The AU and ECOWAS excluded Guinea from their ruling institutions, but political dialogue between Guinea's political figures and with the AU, ECOWAS, the EU and the UNDP continues. Although the idea of appointing a civilian prime minister was generally welcomed, the composition of the new government, in which nine military officials hold key posts, including that of finance minister, raised doubts about the junta's real motives. The coup has sparked both political and economic uncertainty: it has led to a certain wait-and-see attitude among investors and donors, and has delayed reaching the HIPC Initiative completion point, which had originally been forecast for end-2008.


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The junta goverment became to fight for power between themselve. That why we saw Captain Moussa Dadis Camara was shot and fled the country.
Kamara , Gunea


These people are military and lack of experience in politic. These type of people African doesn't need at moment.
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Usefull Information Guinea

Top Hotels

  • Riviera Royal Hotel
  • Hotel del Niger
  • Le Meridien Mariador Palace

Top restaurants

  • Patisserie le Damier
  • Le Cedre
  • Le Waffou

Place to visit

  • Iles de Los
  • National Museum (Musee National)

Internet Access

  • Very limited Internet access is available in Guinea.

Not to miss to see

  • National Museum (Musee National)
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It's good place to visit.
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