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Daniel Kablan Duncan

Date of Birth: 30 June 1944


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Move over, grandad

It pit merger advocate Vice-President Daniel Kablan Duncan against PDCI Executive Secretary Maurice Kakou Guikahué, who is opposed...


Warning shots from the army

He replaces President Alassane Dramane Ouattara's stalwart loyalist Daniel Kablan Duncan, who was sacrificed as part of the deal that bought peace with the mutineers (AC Vol 57 No 18, Ouattara shores up legacy)...


Ouattara walks it

The self-effacing but effective Prime Minister, Daniel Kablan Duncan is said to be on the way out as his place is supposedly reserved for Thierry Tanoh, the Harvard-trained economist who had a meteoric career that took him to the top of the pan-African Ecobank before he was sacked as Chief Executive last year (AC Vol 55 No 6, Tanoh goes as Ecobank cleans house)...


Soro clouds economic revival

Out from the premiership went consensus man Jeannot Ahoussou Kouadio while Daniel Kablan Duncan, an old confidant, took his place...


Gbagbo's next test

Gbagbo has promised to authorise the exiles' return but does not seem to want Bédié back soon, although Bédié's last Prime Minister, Daniel Kablan Duncan, came home on 5 October from France...


Bédié's flashpoint

Bédié's technocrat Premier, Daniel Kablan Duncan, keeps quiet: he wants IMF loans and policies, and foreign investment...


Pushing out patronage

Chief among these is Daniel Kablan Duncan, who succeeded Ouattara as Prime Minister on 10 December 1993...


Lions and elephants

Also supportive are Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan, who is keen to see English language activities expand and Bédié's high-flying counsellor Tidjane Thiam...


Doing the business

The former head of BIAO in Abidjan, N'Goran Niamien, has been appointed Minister of Finance, removing that portfolio from Premier Daniel Kablan Duncan, who is distrusted by the party barons, both as a reformer and as Ouattara's man...


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