À quelques semaines du 8e Salon international du tourisme d’Abidjan, les autorités ivoiriennes et acteurs privés comptent sur la bonne santé d'un secteur qui ne cesse de progresser depuis 2014. Côte d’Ivoire Tourisme organisera, du 27 avril au 1er mai prochains, son huitième Salon international du tourisme d’Abidjan (Sita), une édition axée sur les nouvelles technologies au service du tourisme.
Rains are likely to result in good harvest in JanuaryCocoa beans dry on a table in a village outside of Kumasi, Ghana, on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008. The merchants act as middle men for cocoa processing plants. Ghana, the world's second biggest cocoa producer after Ivory Coast, has increased purchases of beans from farmers by 6 percent so far this season.
After heavy rains in October and November, the Harmattan is now under way in most of the cocoa-growing regions. But it’s been mild so far and it’s often mixed with light rains, said Joseph Gueu, a farmer near Danane in the west of the country. That’s unusual for this time of year. Output has been good so far and young pods are growing well, he said.
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Selecting a term
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