Rufisque


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Rufisque

 

a city on the Atlantic coast of Senegal, forming an eastern suburb of Dakar. Population, 60,000 (1967). Railroad station. The city’s industries produce vegetable oil, leather and footwear, cement, and chemicals.

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For businesses like Ruf Universel Service, a transportation company in nearby Rufisque, the costs associated with unmanageable traffic were quantifiable.
Xodus Group has won two Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) deals for projects in the Rufisque Offshore, Sangomar Offshore and Sangomar Deep Offshore (RSSD) blocks in Senegal, West Africa.
The Helsinki-based practice was formed in 1996 when founders, Saija Hollmen, Jenni Reuter, and Helena Sandman visited Senegal and built their first project: a women's center in Rufisque, completed in 2001.
The acquisition includes a manufacturing facility in the Rufisque district of Dakar, Senegal, which is one of the most important production plants in Western Africa.
MediS' acquisition includes a 34,000mA manufacturing facility in the Rufisque district of Dakar, Senegal.
Selon le communique d'Actis, l'acquisition de MediS comprend une usine de production de 34 000 mA dans le district de Rufisque a Dakar, au Senegal.
Chapter 1 examines the internal politics of the privileged French "Commune" of Rufisque on the outskirts of Dakar.
Hacia la decada de 1880, el cacahuete ya se habia convertido en la principal commodity de exportacion en Senegal y el conjunto del AOF (en terminos de valor y cuota de participacion sobre el total de exportaciones), aprovechando ademas la implantacion del sistema ferroviario colonial que permitia una rapida evacuacion en los puertos atlanticos de Rufisque y Dakar (4).
Shortly after his election, Diagne played a critical role in the government intervention to counteract an outbreak of plague in Dakar, and was instrumental in convincing the parliament to pass the Loi Biaise Diagne granting full citizenship to the communes of Gorce, Saint-Louis, and Rufisque.
In Dakar, samples were collected from 9 neighborhoods: Plateau (n = 202), Almadies (n = 157), Grand Dakar (n = 117), Parcelles Assainies (n = 82), Pikine (n = 13), Guediawaye (n = 15), Niayes (n = 5), Thiaroye (n = 10), and Rufisque (n = 5) (Figure 1).
4) DPV/Ministere de l' Agriculture et de l'Equipement Rural, PO BOX 20054, Km 15 Route de Rufisque, Dakar/Senegal
Louis, Rufisque, Goree, and Dakar in Senegal, Grand Bassam and Assini in Cote d'Ivoire, and in a small coastal area in Dahomey (now Benin).