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The macroeconomic framework remained stable in 2009, despite the oil, food and financial crises. Real GDP growth was estimated at 4.3% and inflation was brought down to 2.2% (from 9.2% in 2008). The economic revival was due to good performances in the primary sector (plenty of rain) and secondary sector (electricity and construction). Growth is expected to increase to 5% in 2010, as all sectors do well.

Mali complied with four of eight West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU/UEMOA) convergence criteria (including three first-rank ones) in 2009, up from three out of eight (including two first-rank ones) in 2008, helped by continuing government reforms. The wage bill to tax revenue ratio, at 36%, exceeded the 35% limit which had been respected in 2008. This was mainly because it included the second instalment of cost-of-living wage increases for civil servants.

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The government achieved its priority aim of consolidating peace and security in the north of the country in 2009 and between July and October, a ceremony was held to mark resumption of development

The authorities are trying to restore peace in the Kidal region with the Alliance du 23 mai pour la démocratie et le changement led by Lt.Col. Hassan Ag Fagaga, which supports the 2006 Algiers peace agreement, and hunt down armed bandits it calls terrorists. Municipal and local elections were held in 2009 and a national census was taken. Muslim groups and some tribal leaders protested strongly against a new law concerning family and individual rights. Pacification efforts will continue in the north in 2010 but the political scene will heat up with power struggles in the run-up to elections in 2011, when President Toumani is constitutionally barred from re-election.


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I think the goverment is doing go job for the country and people. Despite, we do not have better condition of life
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Usefull Information Mali

Top Hotels

  • Hotel Djenne Djenno
  • Hotel Dar Salam
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Bamako

Top restaurants

  • Restaurant Le Loft
  • Soukhothai
  • African Grill

Place to visit

  • Bandiagara Cliffs (Dogon Country)
  • Tomb of Askia
  • Great Mosque Of Djenne

Internet Access

  • There is an Internet cafe in Bamako. Some hotels offer access

Not to miss to see

  • Tomb of Askia
  • Great Mosque Of Djenne
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If you want to see nice ancient style cities then come to Mali.
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it's nice place to visit
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