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Transports et intégration dans la région du fleuve Mano de 1973 à nos jours

Abstract : In the 1970s, four West African states created the Mano River Union with the aim of alleviating the problem of balkanization of the territories and promoting their socio- economic development. Urgent needs have arisen in terms of infrastructure and transport. In a coordinated fashion, UFM member states have made efforts to build roads and open up production areas. However, the lack of roads and persistent illegal practices have negated the lack of momentum in the process of interconnection of states. Thus, despite some obstacles to free movement, the States are determined to promote their integration.
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Fodé Bangaly Keita. Transports et intégration dans la région du fleuve Mano de 1973 à nos jours. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale Sciences des Sociétés ED 624, 2020, 11, pp.97-109. ⟨hal-02900728⟩



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