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Sierra Leone is a country in transition from post-conflict stabilization to economic rehabilitation and growth. Following 11 years of civil war (1991–2002), which devastated Sierra Leone's social, economic and institutional conditions, political stability has been re-established as reflected in two successful presidential and district-level elections, which included a peaceful transfer of power. During this transformative period, the government has prioritized infrastructure development, reforms to domestic revenue collection and reforms supporting the development of the private sector. To support these priorities, national goals focus on increasing investment, including FDI, in the areas of energy, transport and agriculture.

Countries: Sierra Leone
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