The Post-Ebola Priority Action Plan also sets priorities for economic development:
(i) improving the business environment;
(ii) increasing production systems;
(iii) recovering and accelerating the diversification of economic activities;
(iv) renewing support for agricultural intensification;
(v) recovering investment in economic infrastructure;
(iv) revitalizing import and export trade circuits;
(vii) supporting the processing and storage of agricultural products;
and (viii) revitalizing and rationalizing advisory support, the organization of producers, and research.
Foreign investment in Guinea is concentrated the extractive industries, especially the mining sector. Guinea is a member of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and is EITI compliant. The Government of Guinea seeks to attract investment in other sectors, including energy, construction, telecommunication, transportation, and healthcare. Lack of infrastructure, a weak judicial system and proliferation of state-owned enterprises are obstacles to private investment, but the government has taken important steps to pursuing institutional strengthening and privatization.