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Li·bre·ville

 (lē′brə-vĭl′, -vēl′)
The capital and largest city of Gabon, in the northwest part of the country on the Gulf of Guinea. Founded as a French trading post in 1843, it was named Libreville after freed slaves settled there (1848).

Libreville

(French librəvil)
n
(Placename) the capital of Gabon, in the west on the estuary of the Gabon River: founded as a French trading post in 1843 and expanded with the settlement of freed slaves in 1848. Pop: 649 000 (2005 est)

Li•bre•ville

(Fr. li brəˈvil)

n.
the capital of Gabon, in the W part, on the Gulf of Guinea. 350,000.
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Noun1.Libreville - the capital of GabonLibreville - the capital of Gabon      
Gabon, Gabonese Republic, Gabun - a republic on the west coast of Africa
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Senegal authorities have a strategic plan to make the country an emerging nation, and we want to make our contribution to the development of its companies and basic infrastructure," BGFI Chief Executive Officer Henri-Claude Oyima said Tuesday by phone from Libreville, Gabon's capital.
Embassy in Libreville addressed its extended staffing gaps.
The deal, signed during a three-day visit by Moroccan King Mohamed VI to Libreville during a tour of the region, envisages the construction of two factories in each country, making use of Moroccan phosphates and Gabonese natural gas.
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