Wednesday, 19 April 2017
The Ivorian-Vietnamese cooperation, which is reinforced with political and diplomatic measures, such as the abolition of visas for holders of diplomatic passport and service, and the strengthening of parliamentary ties , has also extended in terms economic through a forum economic between countries, opened yesterday in Abidjan.
The Ivory Coast is the first world producer of cashew nuts with a harvest of 725,000 tons in the early 2016 campaign, wants to maintain or even improve its performance through international partnerships.
It is rightly that the Ivorian leaders of the cashew, headed by the Director General of the Cotton Cashew Board, Dr. Adama Coulibaly, took advantage of this forum for presenting investment opportunities Ivory Coast to their Vietnamese hosts.
For the Director General of the Cotton Cashew Board, Dr. Adama Coulibaly, through an incentive investment code in particular for potential settlements of cashew processing units; the possibility given to local processors buy field edge (Optimization of collection costs); Grant to local industry worth 400 CFA per kilogram of cashews produced; and the establishment of the International Exhibition of Equipment and the Cashew Processing Technology (SIETTA) to present and promote the latest innovations, are among other incentives and measures beneficial to invest in the cashew sector in Côte d'Ivoire .
These measures put in place for certain in 2014, says the director, have resulted in "a better control of production and consequently systems improved the productivity of orchards."
Casimir Boh Abidjan