Friday, 29 April 2011

Why France does not like Gbagbo?

Apollos Dan TeaWhy France does not like Gbagbo?Just because Gbagbo performs acts of sovereignty of Cote d'Ivoire, which does not help colonialist France, which would be reduced to a decaying country without its "colonies" of Africa. There are many examples to support my statement, that analyze the Sotra.Before coming to power of Gbagbo, Sotra was half owned by Renault and half owned by the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire. Sotra was forced to buy buses Renault at exorbitant prices and on credit (with exorbitant interest). The company collapsed under the weight of debt and was on the verge of bankruptcy when President Gbagbo arrived. He put a team at the head of Sotra with a mission to reinvigorate the company. He changed the capital structure of society and Sotra is majority owned (60%) by the state of Cote d'Ivoire and Renault was forced to sell its shares to the Italian Iveco. In simple terms, Renault has been expelled from the Sotra.Under Gbagbo Sotra was large economies with TATA buses (compared to the French Renault buses it bought on credit) and began manufacturing its own buses with TATA motors. In 2010, 8 water buses and 50 buses are out SOTRA INDUSTRY workshops, which took the ISO certification in March 2009. This production would double in 2011. Was not that industrialization was running? A large order of these buses would be delivered Sotra in Gabon after a first delivery of 10 buses "Made in Cote d'Ivoire in November 2009 but the deal fell through at the last minute by the fault of you know who ... the French, I'll spare you the details. While countries such as Benin, Guinea and Angola have already placed orders with Sotra Industries.The vision of Gbagbo, Africa has the resources to do its own development as long as it leaves the "bottle" neocolonial.At last, the impostor, the toadies of the French, had promised to return the Sotra Renault.The war in Cote d'Ivoire, as all wars of modern times, has only one reason, economic imperialism.President Gbagbo has breached, it is our responsibility to continue his noble fight and the development of Africa will be a real

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