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Synonyms for Gabon

a republic on the west coast of Africa

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Gabon needs a more diversified economy based on its other sources of wealth - including a relatively intact tropical ecosystem and untapped mineral resources.
Leatherbacks were first described nesting in Gabon in 1984.
A part-time student who lives in Athens, Mika was on holiday in Paris when she decided to launch her campaign for democracy in Gabon.
Song, who was also at fault for the goal his side conceded to Gabon in their opener, headed a Zambian cross onto his keeper, who only managed to parry the ball towards striker Jacob Mulenga, who tapped the ball home.
Historical and forecast data and information for all the major gas fields and pipelines in Gabon for the period 2005-2016.
Gabon, therefore, seems to be on the right track, as reaffirmed in a recent report by the IMF.
I think there are strong arguments for investing in Gabon.
Louis Berger is assisting public and private sector organisations in Gabon to improve maintenance of the country's road network.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, meeting with President Bongo in August, also presented the Gabon Maritime Assessment and Strategy plan, a framework for Gabon's maritime security that fosters a continuing partnership between U.
Summary: Tunisia and Gabon signed six co-operation agreements in the areas of administrative assistance, health, higher education, vocational training, employment and post.
On his arrival at the Tunis-Carthage airport, the President of Gabon was seen in by President Marzouki, government members as well as heads of African diplomatic missions accredited in Tunis.
st] National Forum on Gabon Oil & Gas, which showcases the economic and social benefits of the oil and gas industry, will now be open to the Gabonese public for the first time.
At the end of a lacklustre encounter at the Peter Mokaba Stadium Libya beat Gabon 4-2 on penalties to reach the semi-finals of the African Nations Championships in South Africa and will now meet Zimbabwe for a place in the final.
A partnership between the University of Oregon and the west African nation of Gabon was a cause for both hope and apprehension at its creation in 2011.
More information about Gabon is available on the Gabon Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet.