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SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE – The Technology Park of Grand Bassam in Côte d’Ivoire

Construction Industry Infrastructures
Mauritius
SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE – The Technology Park of Grand Bassam in Côte d’Ivoire
  • EntityMAURITIUS-AFRICA FUND
  • AmountUSD 50-60 million
  • Contactyashm@protonmail.com

The Technology Park of Grand Bassam in Côte d’Ivoire offers various opportunities for investment in a secure environment under a Government-to-Government framework. The Twin Towers represent the iconic development within the Park with the objective of providing modern world-class facilities to accommodate international ICT and biotech companies looking to relocate their operations in Côte d’Ivoire.

Other investment opportunities include a 4-star business hotel, office and industrial buildings, residential apartments, and a commercial center.

 

Benefits

  • The project is a collaboration between the Government of Côte d’Ivoire and the Government of Mauritius through their designated institutions (VITIB and Mauritius-Africa Fund, respectively).
  • The ZBTIC Act of 2014 in Côte d’Ivoire provides the legal and regulatory framework for investment and operations in the Industrial Park.
  • The regime includes business and investment incentives, fiscal incentives, customs exemptions, and relaxed fund repatriation mechanisms.
  • Additional benefits for partner investors/developers are available by structuring the investments through the Mauritian jurisdiction.

 

Characteristics of Partnership Requirements

Type: PPP

Project Design: VITIB S.A. and partners

Funding: Private/Public

Implementation: Private

Operations: Private

Partner Remuneration: Private

Risk Sharing: Public/Private

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