Central African Republic
- The economic upturn that began in 2014 continued in 2015, but was then interrupted by the resurgence of the security and political crisis, resulting in economic growth of 4.1% of real GDP compared with an initial forecast of 5.5%.
- The political transition was completed when presidential and legislative elections were held, with former Prime Minister Faustin-Archange Touadéra being elected president in the second round of voting.
- The huge movement of people that followed the March 2013 crisis has exacerbated the challenges linked to urban planning and development of the territory.
Bureau National de la République Centrafricaine - Bureau fermé temporairement
Groupe de la Banque africaine de Développement
Rue Joseph Degrain (Stade Municipal)
Sainte Sophie Résidences
Mr. Modibo Sangare, Représentant Résident