“Evidently, Sierra Leone and Liberia had ceased to be of interest in the first half of 2014, although the situation changed as the Ebola outbreak refocused international attention on the country. We initially received fewer than 10 written submissions; in other inquiries we received closer to 100,” the IDC said.
President Ernest Bai Koroma expressed delight about the development and stated that it was a timely and welcomed development as the pronouncement was in sync with the country’s recovery programme about to commence after the outbreak.
The aim of the three days conference which ended on 15th March, according to Naglaa Al Ahwany, Egypt’s International Cooperation Minister, was to present the Egyptian government’s economic vision, present investment opportunities in a variety of sectors, and propose specific projects.
We have witnessed a resilient economy underpinned by strong economic growth in the face of global economic challenges, declining inflationary pressures, a new record low domestic interest rates, stable exchange rates,
The Buses, Kamara said, will help take Sierra Leone to the next stage of meeting the needs of her citizens especially in the area of Public Transportation, as mandated by the Sierra Leone Road Transport Corporation Act, 1964.
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