Gabonese Republic

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Synonyms for Gabonese Republic

a republic on the west coast of Africa

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Consumers in Turkey continue to pay the most airtime tax at 43 per cent, followed by the Gabonese Republic at 36 per cent, Pakistan at 31 per cent, Uganda at 30 per cent, Croatia at 29 per cent, and Tanzania, the Dominican Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo all at 28 per cent.
a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan's Mitsubishi Corporation, announced on 26th January that it has discovered an oil field in Ebene license, offshore Gabonese Republic.
Gabonese Republic, producing oil since 1957, is one of the oldest oil producers in Africa.
This project is a matter of sovereignty and national security for the Gabonese Republic," said Jean-Fran[?
Ngoubou, Minister of Petroleum and Hydrocarbons for the Gabonese Republic.
The Gabonese Republic and the Republic of Malawi also ratified the Optional which calls for increasing the age of voluntary recruitment to a minimum of 18 years.
The theme for NYFA 2015, organized under the High Patronage of His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of the Gabonese Republic, is Invest in the Energy Continent .
In response to the exploration challenges, CGG has been appointed to advise the Gabonese Republic on the promotion of the 11th Licensing Round and has worked directly with the Ministry to acquire over 25,000 km2 of new 3D BroadSeis multi-client seismic data as part of an integrated geoscience program to support it.
As part of efforts to make future fiscal policy less pro-cyclical, the government has created a stabilization fund, in addition to the already existing Sovereign Fund of the Gabonese Republic (FSRG), to save future oil revenue should oil prices go up again.
th] edition of the New York Forum AFRICA (NYFA), the world's leading pan-African business summit, will now take place on August 29-31 2015 in Libreville, Gabon under the High Patronage of His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of the Gabonese Republic.
Forming the cornerstone of the event, the Adipec conference programme invited local, regional, and international Ministers to the stage, with representation from UAE, Egypt, Oman, the Gabonese Republic, Indonesia, Uganda, as well as the Opec Secretary General.