Yaoundé - 25 January 2020 -

Cocoa : Prices stay above XAF1,010 for 20 days in a row in Cameroon

Cocoa : Prices stay above XAF1,010 for 20 days in a row in Cameroon
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 05 September 2019 16:03

(Business in Cameroon) - Since August 22, 2019, the minimum price for a kilogram of cocoa was XAF1,010 and a maximum of XAF1,040, according to daily pointers by Système d’information de filières (SIF), a system that provides updated information about the coffee and cocoa sectors.

Usually, during the rainy season, cocoa prices are low because during that season, it is hard to access production basins. But, this year, the rainy season had no impact on prices. This is due to growing demand spurred by an increase in local processing capacities.  


In a briefing note signed on January 23, Louis Paul Motaze (photo), Cameroon’s Minister of Finance (Minfi), encouraged the business community to maintain...
During the cabinet meeting held January 23 in Yaoundé, the Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze, produced an update on Cameroon's membership in...
Pamol Plantations PLC and Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC), the two agro-industrial units which have been paying the heaviest price for the ongoing...
In Cameroon, stock farmers of the Far-north just received 2,000 small ruminants in the framework of Prodel, an animal husbandry development programme...

Mags frontpage

Business in Cameroon n82-83: December 2019-January 2020

CFA: The debate is open in the CEMAC

Cameroon becomes CEMAC’s financial center

Investir au Cameroun n92-93: Decembre 2019-Janvier 2020

Franc CFA : le débat est ouvert en zone CEMAC

Le Cameroun devient la place financière de la CEMAC