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Les défis du secteur du cacao au Ghana
Ghana is the world’s second-largest producer of cocoa, after Côte d’Ivoire, and its economic model relies excessively on the exploitation of natural resources. In addition to operational inefficiencies, the Ghanaian cocoa supply chain is currently facing significant difficulties. In the medium term, it is primordial to deal with the sector’s inherent structural problems. Considering financial reforms and striving to develop processing activities are preconditions to its long-term viability.
Infographic: The Challenges Facing Ghana’s Cocoa Sector


Read also:
ÖZIURT Selin, Ghana: What Economic Challenges?, MacroDev No. 27, June 2019, AFD, 40 p., 

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