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Message From The President
As Liberia moves forward from the difficulties of its recent past into a phase of reconstruction and development, foreign direct investment (FDI) must play a major role in helping the country rebuild in many different ways. My government is keenly aware that FDI can bring not only new capital into the country, which we certainly need, but also the accompanying assets of new technology and access to foreign markets, which we need equally. The government is taking a number of initiatives to create a stable, secure and transparent environment for investors and we hope that investors will respond strongly to the numerous opportunities Liberia has to offer.

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
Republic of Liberia

President Sirleaf and President Obama in the Oval Office of the White House
President Sirleaf and Secreatary of State Hillary Clinton at a Press Conference in Washington D.C

“The United States and Liberia are close friends, long-standing partners, and Liberia is now emerging from a very djfjIcult period in its history. Part of the reason that it has been able to emerge is because of the heroism and the courage of President Sirleaf”
President Banack Obama — May 27, 2010
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