Ivory Coast signs agreement with Toyota to build assembly plant


Aug 29 (Reuters) – Ivory Coast’s government signed an agreement on Thursday with Toyota to build a vehicle assembly plant in the West African nation, the office of Ivorian Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly said in a statement.

The agreement was signed at a Japan-Africa development conference in Yokohama, Japan, by Gon Coulibaly and Ichiro Kashitani, CEO of Toyota Tsusho, a unit of the automotive and industrial group.

Reporting by Joe Bavier; editing by Jason Neely



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