Ivory Coast economy hit by mutiny

A mutiny in Ivory Coast over soldiers’ pay has shaken business confidence and spooked foreign investors. The second revolt paralysed the country for four days but traders are more worried about the long-term effects.

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    A mutiny in Ivory Coast over soldiers’ pay has shaken business confidence and spooked foreign investors.

    The second revolt paralysed the country for four days but traders are more worried about the long-term effects.

     

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