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Fadimatou Noutchemo-Simo, new figure of aviation in Africa

Gabonese airline Afrijet recently appointed Fadimatou Noutchemo-Simo as Managing Director in Cameroon. Her mission will be to support the development of Afrijet in Cameroon and contribute to its outreach in this member country of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC). Par Bylkiss Mentari  Fadimatou Noutchemo-Simo, Cameroonian national,...
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Banking: BGFI Group confirms its resilience

The latest figures posted by the BGFI group in this post-COVID crisis context, namely a half-year net profit of FCFA 21,644 million, reveal the resilience of the leading banking group in the CEMAC zone as well as the relevance of its "Dynamique 2025" roadmap.  By DBM  The Board of Directors...
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Central Africa Operation promoting Made in Gabon

The oil producer in the Gulf of Guinea is in the process of diversifying its economy, and to do this, it has decided to tackle the Central African Economic Community (CEMAC) market which has nearly 50 million of consumers. Six Gabonese industrial companies have received approval for the general preferential...
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CEMAC The organization looks for creditors to fund structuring projects

The Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) is looking for potential public or private creditors to obtain more than 4 billion euros to fund structuring projects. Those projects should modernize the road network, link the different countries, develop the energy production, and interconnection or set up broadband....
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BCAS A tracking system to fight against money laundering

The Bank of Central African States wants to acquire a digital solution to screen, profile, and track cash flows in the CEMAC (Cameroon, CAR, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, and Tchad). A call for projects and a selection is processing. The aim is to fight money laundering, corruption, smuggling, tax evasion, which cost almost...
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Cemac zone Abolition of roaming charges from January 2021

From January 1, citizens of member countries of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (Cémac) traveling within the sub-region will have access to mobile services, including calls, SMS and internet, without changing Sim card and additional costs. The six member countries of Cémac have agreed on a legal...
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Riposte COVID-19 La BAD soutient la zone CEMAC et la RDC

La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) vient de décaisser une enveloppe de 13,55 millions de dollars US pour venir en aide à la zone CEMAC et à la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) dans leur riposte contre la pandémie à la COVID-19. Ce financement viendra en appui à un programme...
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