Liberia and Sierra Leone rebuilding after Ebola

African Business explores the underreported success stories in Liberia and Sierra Leone following the 2014 Ebola epidemic and the global economic slowdown.  


The Ebola outbreak may well be the best-known crisis to befall Liberia and Sierra Leone but the global collapse in commodity prices has hampered their economies even harder, with a drop in growth of over 20% in Sierra Leone and stagnation in Liberia. Now both countries are working hard to return to growth and encourage investors and international partners to get behind a range of opportunities for wealth creation. In collaboration with the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative (AGI), African Business takes a look at some of the lesser known business success stories in Monrovia, Freetown and beyond.


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