• 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.

You might also like

in Short

Cote-d’Ivoire – Digital : Abidjan hosts the second edition of the Adicomdays

After the success of its first edition in Paris, ADICOMDAYS (Africa Digital Communications Days) is back this year. This will take place in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, expected for the 1st

in Short

Senegal: Creation of a petroleum ministry to empower the sector

The initiative, part of the reshuffle following the parliamentary elections, aims to boost the national economy by upgrading the country’s oil and natural gas resources in light of recent discoveries.

in Short

Togo: $ 350 million US by the World Bank

As part of the new 2017-2020 partnership, the World Bank is providing $ 350 million US to Togo, under the supervision of Pierre Laporte, Director of Operations.

Author: Blamé Ekoué //