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Economy Losing Billions Due To Anglophone Crisis

By Joe Dinga Pefok A survey carried out by the French language daily ‘Le Quotidien de l’economie’ has shown that Cameroon’s economy is losing billons due to the ongoing Anglophone crisis that also includes ghost town operations.   This was the lead story in the paper’s edition of Tuesday, February 7. An economist, Dieudonné Essomba, stated in the report ...Full Article

Tony Elumelu Drums For Stronger Business Ties Between Africa, France

By Isidore Abah Africa’s foremost business magnet, Tony Elumelu, has x-rayed Africa’s business potentials and callsfor stronger business ties between France and Africa. Such, business relationship, according to the ...Full Article

Ethiopian Airlines Offers 20 Percent Discount For Online Tickets

By Barnabas K. Mbonde If you are planning on flying by Ethiopian Airlines (ET) and want to enjoy a juicy discount on your ticket, then your best bet is ...Full Article

How Rumour Mills Sacked PAD’s Board Chair, Deputy GM

By Joe Dinga Pefok While the Board meeting of the Port Authority of Douala, PAD, was underway in Bonanjo, August 24, to validate Cyprus Ngo’o, as its new General ...Full Article

Quality Control Of Imported Goods Begins August 31

By Joe Dinga Pefok Cameroon will, from August 31, begin strict control of the quality of all goods, including imported primary products. The Government will launch the quality control ...Full Article

Economic Partnership Agreement: Cameroon To Lose FCFA 100 Billion Annually

By Yerima Kini Nsom Cameroon will begin losing huge sums of custom revenue from August 4 when the Economic Partnership Agreement, EPA, goes into effect. The agreement that Cameroon ...Full Article

Ethiopian Aviation Academy Dream Grows Ever Bigger!

By Isidore Abah ‘If you believe you can fly, you will fly,’ goes the saying. In 1957, the Ethiopian Aviation Academy, EAA, dreamt big that it could train aviation ...Full Article

Corporate News

Castel Group Invests FCFA 10.7 Billion In New Bottling Plant Local subsidiary of French group Castel, Société Anonyme des Brasseries du Cameroun (SABC), has announced an investment of FCFA ...Full Article

Cameroon Imports 3 Times What It Exports

By Joe Dinga Pefok Statistics contained in document released by the Port Authority of Douala, PAD, indicates that Cameroon imports almost triple the quantity of products it exports. The ...Full Article

Dangote Cement Hits Cameron Market

By Joe Dinga Pefok The much awaited 42.5 R grade cement from the newly constructed multi-million dollar plant of Dangote Cement Cameroon SA,has finally hit the Cameroonian market. The ...Full Article
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