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CFA1 billion premium awarded to 20 municipalities in Cameroon for their performance

The national participative development plan (Pndp), led by the ministry of economy, recently revealed the names of the 20 communities nominated by its...
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Thursday 21 September 2017Commerce

Douala to host first edition of the international commerce and business fair starting from March 24, 2018

The Cameroonian government through its ministry of commerce and Inter-progress foundation will launch the first international commerce and business fair...
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Thursday 21 September 2017Environment

Cameroon: Bocom Recycling starts production of eco-friendly roof tiles made of recycled plastic waste

After its project of lead extraction from recycled car batteries, Bocom Recycling now moves to produce environmentally friendly roof tiles. The tiles will...
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Thursday 21 September 2017Transport

The Cameroonian government need CFA200 billion to replace the nozzles on the Yaoundé-Douala road

Following the numerous cracking of the Yaoundé-Douala Douala road (Nationale n°3), the ministry of public works (Mintp) explained that around 409 nozzles...
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Thursday 21 September 2017Agriculture

Cameroon: Launched 3O years ago, the national program for agricultural extension and research comes to an end

The Cameroonian program for agricultural extension and research (Pnvra), the oldest government initiative to promote agriculture, will be terminated in...
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Wednesday 20 September 2017Agriculture

150 tons of fertilizers distributed to coffee producers in the Moungo department, in Cameroon’s coastal region

36 groups of coffee producers in the department of Moungo, the largest production area in the Cameroon’s coastal region received 150 tons of fertilizers...
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Wednesday 20 September 2017Agriculture

Cameroon: Ban on poultry transportation in Western region still effective

Since March 13, 2017, date at which avian flu outbreak was declared in Foumbot, in the department of Noun, Western Cameroon, no other alert was given...
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Wednesday 20 September 2017ICT

Cameroon: Government launches call for IT project proposals for SUP’PTIC Business Academy

Last week, the Cameroonian Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications launched a call for IT proposals for SUP’PTIC Business Academy in Yaoundé. The...
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Wednesday 20 September 2017Bank

Cameroon banking sector undermined by the diminution of liquidities and the surge of Non-performing loans according to IMF

Although the Cameroonian banking sector, which is the most solid in the CEMAC, shows signs of resiliency amid a crisis in the price of commodities that...
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