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AFRICA OBSERVATORY - ISSUE 22

17 NOV - 02 DEC 2019

MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT

Dear readers,

This week we are with you with our 22nd issue.

Again, we have compiled many important issues related to Africa from economy to investment, from current affairs to politics.

In this issue of the country report, we analyzed the Ivory Coast. We have briefly shared with you the economy, opportunities, and investment situation of the country. This country attracts the attention of many investors.

We wanted to publish a brief description of the United Nations research on Headline of the Week. Zimbabwe faces food shortages due to various reasons, many children are not fed enough. Hopefully, people of the country will get rid of these problems as soon as possible.

We hope that other important and interesting topics below will contribute to your knowledge of Africa.

Sincerely,
President of TAFAC

Abdulaziz Unal

DWELLING ON AFRICA: COUNTRY REPORT

DETAILED GENERAL COUNTRY REPORT ABOUT IVORY COAST
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Dwelling on Africa: Country Report “Ivory Coast”

With its official name, the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire is a country located in the western part of Africa. The country's border neighbors are Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Liberia, and Guinea. In the south of the country is boundered by the Atlantic Ocean. The country, whose capital is Yamoussoukro, has recently become a remarkable market. The name of the country is given by the Portuguese because there are many elephants in the region. The country has a surface area of 322,463 km² and consists of plateaus and plains. Ivory Coast - Turkey Relationship The relationship between Turkey and the Ivory Coast started to develop in 1963. As a result of the Ivory Coast trip by Turkey president and ministers in 2016,...

HEADLINE OF THE WEEK

THE IMPORTANT HEADLINE OF ISSUE 22

Food Shortage in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is on the Verge of Human-Induced Hunger! A United Nations official said more than 60% of 14 million people in Zimbabwe face food insecurity. It is stated that this danger arises as a result of hyperinflation, poverty, natural disasters, and economic sanctions. It turned out that 90% of children between 6 months and 2 years in the country do not consume enough food. Photo Source

ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS

SUMMARY OF THE ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND POLITICS IN THIS ISSUE FROM TAFAC'S PERSPECTIVE

TURKEY IN AFRICA

What is new in Africa about Turkey?

Turkey in Africa – Issue 22

Turkey Supports Tourism from South Africa Turkey Embassy in Pretoria, to provide information on tourism opportunities in Turkey, holded a training for representatives of tour operators and hotels. Ambassador Elif Comoğlu Ulgen invited the independent traveler Marion Smith to the meeting. Smith said Turkey has many of the attractions. Smith, who published a magazine called Everything Turkish, praised the hospitality and affordable...

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