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Business in Bangui, Central African Republic

Foreign Trade and Business in Bangui (Central African Republic)

Bangui (autonomous community, the coquette) is the political, economic and administrative capital of the Central African Republic (Central Africa)

  1. Population of Bangui: 1.5 million inhabitants (25% of the Central African population)
    1. 1975: 275,000
    2. 1988: 524,000
    3. 2001: 652,000
  2. The headquarters of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) are in Bangui
  3. Main economic activities in Bangui: food products manufacture, beer, soap and textiles
  4. Main products: coffee, sisal, cotton and diamonds
  5. Bangui is the logistics centre of the Central African Republic
  6. French and Sango are the most spoken languages in Bangui
  7. Oubangui River marks the border between the Central African Republic and the DR Congo (Zongo)
  8. Distance from Bimbo (Ombella-M'Poko) to Bangui: 25 kilometres
  9. Main religion in Bangui: Christianity

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  1. Polygamy is an accepted practice for men, but not encouraged for women
  2. Climate of Bangui: tropical
  3. Area of Bangui: 67 km²
  4. Bangui Foundation: 1889 (French colony of Haut-Oubangui, French Equatorial Africa)
  5. 1981: Operation Caban to overthrow Bokassa
  6. Places of interest:
    1. National Museum Barthélemy Boganda
    2. Cathedral Notre-Dame

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Transport and Logistics in Bangui (Central African Republic)

Bangui is the logistics centre of the Central African Republic.

  1. Road Network linking with Cameroon, Chad and Sudan.
  2. National Road 1: Bangui, Bossangoa, Moundou (Chad).
  3. National Road 2: Bangui, Bambari. Bangassou in Bambouti (border of Sudan)
  4. Douala-Bangui Corridor
  5. National Road 6: Bangui, Mbaiki (Lobaye), Carnot, Berbérati, border of Cameroon (Gamboula)

Ubangi River allows navigation between Bangui (River port) and Brazzaville.

Lagos-Mombasa Corridor

Lagos-Mombasa Corridor, Nigeria, Cameroon, DR Congo, Uganda, Kenya (Road Transport Course)

Railway to the port of Pointe-Noire (Congo, Brazzaville, 502 kilometres).

Maritime Transportation Course: Port of Pointe-Noire

The Trans-Cameroonian Railway will allow the connection Bangui-Cameroon.

Port of Douala (Cameroon). Access to the Central African Republic and Chad (Maritime Transport Course)

Bangui International Airport (M'Poko)

Higher Education in Bangui (Central African Republic)

  1. University of Bangui

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