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List of concessionnaires of the French Congo

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List of concessionnaires of the French Congo

French Congo. "Mr. Ferrière's Rubber Plantation, settler on the Léfini". In the foreground, rubber trunks and workers in the background, c. 1905

In an attempt to develop the French Congo the government of France divided the territory in concessions for companies to develop. These several dozen companies controlled huge swaths of land, but had only limited success in trying to develop them. Most were merged into several larger companies that were more strictly controlled by the state after the French Congo was dissolved in 1906.

List of companies

With the size of their concessions in km2.

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