Port-Gentil

Port-Gentil (pôr-zhäNtēlˈ) [key], city (1993 est. pop. 80,041), W Gabon, a seaport on Cape Lopez Bay (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean). Timber and locally manufactured plywood are exported. Petroleum is produced and refined nearby.

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