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Moroccan investors propose projects worth FCfa 130 billion to Cameroon

Moroccan investors propose projects worth FCfa 130 billion to Cameroon
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 26 January 2016 03:01

A delegation of Moroccan investors lead by Mohammed Agoumi, Managing Director of international activities at the Banque Marocaine pour le Commerce Extérieur (BMCE - Moroccan Bank for External Trade), was received on 21 January 2016 by the General Secretary of the Office of the President, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh (photo), we learned from reliable sources.

These Moroccan investors were promoting projects worth FCfa 130 billion, in order to support the Cameroonian government in the implementation of its three-year emergency plan (2015-2017) to revive growth and the organisation of the 2016 and 2019 Africa Cups of Nations.

To help Cameroon organise these sports competitions, the Moroccans investors, according to our sources, are planning to equip the country with modern accommodation centres, so that these structures will continue to be used after both tournaments and will contribute to the increase in accommodation capacities in the country.

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