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Hévécam to allow the development of subsistence crops in its farms

Hévécam to allow the development of subsistence crops in its farms
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 21 March 2018 12:02

(Business in Cameroon) - On March 16, 2018, Cameroon’s minister of agriculture and rural development Henri Eyébé Ayissi signed a partnership convention with  Eric Hocepied, the managing director of Hévéa du Cameroun (Hévécam). The goal of this partnership which was signed in Niété is to allow the development of subsistence crops in farms belonging to Hévéa.  

According to the two parties, thanks to this project, the food safety of residents in the company’s farms will be assured and decent jobs will be created.

Let’s note that the agribusiness company led by Sinochem International is one of the three natural rubber producers in Cameroon.

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