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It is the country's largest city, as well as its administrative and economic centre. It is also a financial and administrative capital. The Port of Libreville (French: "Port de Libreville") was constructed in 1935, but became fully operational in 1945 after World War II ended; it now receives imports from Europe, Asia and neighbouring African countries such as Congo-Brazzaville. In addition to being an important port for exports to other African countries the port serves local trade between Gabon's interior provinces along the Komo River basin with ocean-going vessels able to reach coastal cities like Franceville or Moanda via Matadi on Congo's Atlantic coast or through Cameroonian ports further north along Africa's Gulf of Guinea coastline. Libreville has been ranked by Mercer among one of Africa’s most expensive cities based on cost of living for expatriate employees.