Infrastructural bottlenecks, weak foreign investment (especially in the non-mining sector) and dwindling aid inflows have remained the critical constraints to Eritrea’s economic performance since its independence in 1993. Nevertheless, the economy...
Depuis l’indépendance de l’Érythrée en 1993, les problèmes d’infrastructure, la faiblesse de l’investissement étranger (en particulier dans le secteur non minier) et la diminution de l’aide internationale entravent les performances économiques du...
En 2011, l’Érythrée a bénéficié d’une croissance économique soutenue estimée à 8.2 %, contre 2.2 % en 2010. Cette performance s'explique par la mise en exploitation de projets miniers bénéficiant d'investissements étrangers substantiels (notamment ...
Economic growth in Eritrea was strong in 2011, estimated at 8.2% compared to 2.2% in 2010. Underpinning this performance was the coming on stream of mining projects with substantial foreign investment (notably the Bisha gold mine) and high levels of ...
Eritrea gained independence from Ethiopia in 1991, after 30 years of war. During the conflict, the central leadership of the country (the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front) made efforts to introduce the National Democratic Program, a platform to ...
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