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Gabon to borrow nearly 500 million Euros from AfDB and IBRD

On 16 November 2017, the Government convened in Libreville in the Council of Ministers authorized the State to contract two (02) loans, the first one  is about 168,700,000 Euros from

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Azimo Croissance de 207% du nombre de transferts d’argent vers le Nigeria

Azimo, acteur majeur des transferts de fonds en ligne, annonce dans un communiqué, une augmentation annuelle de 207% du nombre de transferts d’argent vers le Nigeria, soulignant la rapide croissance

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New infatuation, new fairs and new auctions on contemporary African art … For 5 years, events dedicated to it have flourished in Paris or London.
In France, everything started with the

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Advisory Group Guinea Conakry in the presence of Alpha Conde on November 16th in Paris

The Consultative Group for Guinea will be held on  November 16th , 2017 in Paris in the presence of Alpha Condé, President of the Republic of Guinea, and with the


Tunisia Investment Forum: A new economic vision

Economic Tunisia is on the move, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said on November 9, at the opening of the 6th edition of the Investment Forum in Tunisia (TIF 2017). Recognizing

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Ghana: South Korea offers 9 million US $ to develop rice farming

South Korea has just allocated a financial package of US $ 9 million to Ghana to develop rice farming. According to Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto, Minister of Food and Agriculture,


Attijariwafa Bank Egypt: A new phase of the African strategy of the Moroccan banking group

It is official , Barclays Egypt became Attijariwafa Bank Egypt, with the replacement of the Barclays brand by that of Attijariwafa Bank on Friday, November 3rd. Now owned 100% by


Cameroon Dangote imposes itself on the cement market

In only two years, the Nigerian cement plant has supplanted Cimencam of the Lafarge Group, which has been operating in the country for fifty years. Shoving at the same time

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Burkina Faso 40 billion CFA loan from BOAD

For the first financing agreement, the West African Development Bank grants a loan in the amount of 250 million CFA to Burkina Faso to finance the feasibility study of three

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CEMAC The growth rate set at 0.2% in 2017

According to a statement from the BEAC, GDP growth in the CEMAC area will finally reach 0.2% at the end of 2017, as in 2016, compared to an initial forecast

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