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Priority Sectors for Investment Generation

In 2012, the National Investment Commission, with support from the International Finance Corporation, assessed 25 sub-sectors in Liberia, ranging across agribusiness, light manufacturing and energy and transportation sectors to determine their levels of impact, opportunities, capability, and readiness. Based on the findings and input from our stakeholders three sectors with the greatest investment potential were identified—fisheries, transport (mainly marine) and horticulture.
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FISHERIES

The world market, particularly Africa and Asia, has seen a growing demand for fresh and processed fish products, and Liberia has ample fish stock and a long coastline suited for fishery.

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Market Opportunities


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HORTICULTURE

A focus on fruit and vegetable processing of items such as cassava, pineapples, and mangoes would increase the value of exported primary commodities

Market Opportunity



Production Capacity


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TRANSPORTATION

Investment in land, air and marine transportation will further enhance the productivity of multiple sectors; for instance, it could improve efficiency of the agricultural value chain by improving access to now isolated parts of the country and making the transport of goods between regions more efficient

Market Opportunity



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