why ivory coast?

The economy of Ivory Coast is dominated by agriculture, in particular the growing of cocoa beans, the country’s largest export. Ivory Coast supplies more than a third of the world’s cocoa and its exports for the global chocolate market were worth around 2.5 billion dollars in 2010 (according to the UN's Food & Agriculture Organisation). 

Ivory Coast combines all the factors required for large-scale cocoa production such as access to local cocoa experts, high-quality plants and low-cost logistics to key markets The country has set up a Conseil du Café-Cacao for the regulation and development of the cocoa sector.

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