Korea Re-opens Trade Centre in Douala, Cameroon

Korea Re-opens Trade Centre in Douala, Cameroon

Korea Re-opens Trade Centre in Douala, Cameroon. South Korea on Thursday, November 10, 2011 re-opened its Trade Centre in Cameroon’s economic port capital city, Douala. It was closed down 19 years ago due to economic crisis that hit Korea. The centre is a branch of the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA).

Tri-national Sangha Foundation – FCFA 13 Billion...

Tri-national Sangha Foundation – FCFA 13 Billion...

Tri-national Sangha Foundation – FCFA 13 Billion Budgeted For National Parks of Congo Basin. The Tri-national Sangha Foundation, created to contribute in sustainable financing of activities of the Lobeke National Park in Cameroon, Dzanga Sangha in the Central African Republic and Nouabale-Ndoki in the Republic of Congo, all in the Congo Basin, will spend FCFA 13 billion to improve the management and surveillance of the three national parks.

Cameroon Economy: Central African Zone To Witness...

Cameroon Economy: Central African Zone To Witness...

Cameroon Economy: Central African Zone To Witness 4.8 Percent Growth. The Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) zone  is expected to reach 4.8 percent growth in 2011,  compared to 4 percent in 2010, the Governor of the Bank of Central African States (BEAC), Lucas Abaga Nchama said in Cameroon’s capital city, Yaounde on Friday, October 28, 2011

Sustainable Waste Management – Cameroon Targets 100...

Sustainable Waste Management – Cameroon Targets 100...

Sustainable Waste Management – Cameroon Targets 100 MW of Energy From Household Waste. Sustainable Waste Management – Cameroon and the Spanish investors from the PIA Energy JVC Group, have signed an agreement for feasibility studies for a project that will produce 100 Megawatts of energy from household and industrial waste collected from Cameroon’s main cities of Yaounde and Douala.

Cameroon World Bank Country Director For Cameroon...

Cameroon World Bank Country Director For Cameroon...

Cameroon World Bank Country Director For Cameroon Outlines New Orientations. The World Bank Country Director for Cameroon, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, Gregor Hans Binkert,  says the institution’s new strategy for Africa focuses on job-creating initiatives like agricultural competitiveness, telecommunications and transport infrastructure as well as assistance to growth-boosting sectors like wood and tourism industries.