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SIPRA : The Leader of Modern Viculture in Côte d'Ivoire (interview)


SIPRA : The Leader of Modern Viculture in Côte d'Ivoire (interview) - SIPRA


Interview with Sylvain Gotta, Director General of SIPRA (Ivorian Society of Productions Animales)     
 

How has the agricultural sector changed over the past two years? Has there been any major changes in Côte d'Ivoire?     
 
The Ivorian agricultural sector is doing well. Its growth rate has been steady since the end of the crisis in 2011. This is reflected in the increase in consumption and production of poultry meat, and in the proliferation of new players, which makes the sector more competitive than it was not before. This development should contribute to lowering prices, to the benefit of the consumer.     
 

What progress do you expect for the sector in the coming years?    
 
In our opinion, the market will evolve at the rate of growth of Côte d'Ivoire, whose rate is close to 8 to 10%. As long as we stay in this trend, the sector should evolve in the same proportions.     
 
 
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Publié le : 23/02/2017

SIPRA : The Leader of Modern Viculture in Côte d'Ivoire (interview)


SIPRA : The Leader of Modern Viculture in Côte d'Ivoire (interview) - SIPRA


Interview with Sylvain Gotta, Director General of SIPRA (Ivorian Society of Productions Animales)     
 

How has the agricultural sector changed over the past two years? Has there been any major changes in Côte d'Ivoire?     
 
The Ivorian agricultural sector is doing well. Its growth rate has been steady since the end of the crisis in 2011. This is reflected in the increase in consumption and production of poultry meat, and in the proliferation of new players, which makes the sector more competitive than it was not before. This development should contribute to lowering prices, to the benefit of the consumer.     
 

What progress do you expect for the sector in the coming years?    
 
In our opinion, the market will evolve at the rate of growth of Côte d'Ivoire, whose rate is close to 8 to 10%. As long as we stay in this trend, the sector should evolve in the same proportions.     
 
 
Read more >>     Source: www.marcopolis.net


: 23/02/2017