At the heart of Western Africa lies Mali, a real cultural melting pot. Today’s Mali is outward-facing and has its sights set on faster development. With a wealth of natural resources at its disposal and above all, a dynamic, determined, young population, Mali is taking back control of its future.
Backed up by a strong political will, Malians are firmly stand for private investment coming into the country and are welcoming it as an opportunity to capitalise on Mali’s potential and develop its economic and social fabric.
Against this backdrop, and at the initiative of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, the government is organising the Invest in Mali forum, which will take place on 7 and 8 December 2017.
This forum will be a chance for domestic and foreign investors not only to find out about the terms and conditions afforded to them by the Investment Code and a continuously improving business environment, but also to explore the concrete opportunities offered in Mali on a project by project basis.

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Investment projects in Mali

Investment sectors



There are about 153 million inhabitants in Mali and neighbouring countries (UEMOA), a booming local and sub-regional market. Its comparative advantages in terms of land, climate, water and workforce are indisputable. For the agricultural sector to become the driving force of its economy is a key challenge for Mali. To do so, this sector needs modernising through job creation but also by way of value added thanks to the development of the processing of raw materials. View projects



Thanks to a unique traditional expertise, Mali has been able to produce meat whose quality is sought after throughout the sub-region, of which it is the first producer. Targeted investments would help modernising this promising sector, leading to new opportunities, whilst creating jobs and value added in a booming market. View projects



Developing infrastructures means ensuring inclusive growth that benefits everyone. Targeted investments would strengthen the vitality of the Malian economy and would help this landlocked country become the hub of a dynamic regional market. View projects



In Mali more than elsewhere, energy plays a catalytic role in industrial growth. Solar energy, hydro energy and biomass constitute natural resources whose development is essential to become energy independent. Mali has even the potential to produce enough energy for the whole region. View projects

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