Since 2002 a renewed political stability has led in Sierra Leone to a paradigm shift from reconstruction to growth. In 2007 the country has experienced a GDP growth of 6.3%, with a projected 2008 GDP growth of 8.1%. This robust growth is mainly supported by the post conflict recovery, the significant increase in reconstruction and investment activities and the continued rebound in the services and agriculture sectors. Post-war growth performance to date has indeed been robust – averaging 7.5% per year over the last 5 years. If this rate is sustained, the economy could potentially double in size every 10 years. This favorable situation general is completed by the exceptional and attractive investment opportunities that Sierra Leone has to offer in still unexploited tapping of resources that are available especially in the primary production sector.