Published on : Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Chad registered a good economic performance, with GDP growth of 7.2%, in 2012 and a projected increase of 7.4% in 2013 despite political instability in the region. Growth in oil production should boost export revenue over the forecast period and could help finance the government’s public investment plan, as part of its strategy to make Chad an emerging economy. Tourism in Chad is a relatively minor industry, yet the government is increasingly taking steps to direct its energies and resources.
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