• Cameroon: 25 billion CFA to SMEs

Cameroon: 25 billion CFA to SMEs

The announcement was made at the national post on September 5, 2017. Five companies excelling in various sectors will benefit from this government action, which is part of the investment incentive funded by the agency of Small and medium Enterprises promotion (APME). According to Jean-Marie Louis Badga, CEO of APME, this initiative aims at making the elected structures to be more competitive and more productive.

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