Archive for Category: "Economy"
Mauritius Commercial Bank Group’s (MCB) pretax profit rose 6.7 percent to 1.668 billion Mauritius rupees
Tanzania, a nation of 45 million people, is aiming to become a middle-income economy.
The value of coffee sold at Kenya’s auction climbed 37 percent to $174.1 million in the year to September, helped by higher global prices and better quality crops,
Tanzania and China have signed investment deals worth more than $1.7 billion, including one to build a satellite city
Kenya’s High Court halted work on a major rail line between Mombasa and Nairobi on Thursday, threatening
South African shares ended in the red on Thursday dragged lower by mining companies and telecommunications operator MTN, which surprised investors with news it was struggling to sign on new subscribers in Nigeria. MTN was the biggest decliner on the blue-chip index having slipped more than 4 percent after slashing its full-year forecast for Nigerian [...]
Selon une correspondance de la Société de Raffinage de N’Djaména (SRN), la performance des équipements de la raffinerie
La Russie et le Zimbabwe ont signé mardi un accord intergouvernemental
Mali has signed a string of agreements with China totalling about $11 billion, most of it intended to finance two
La société d’électricité du Cameroun, AES-SONEL, devient ENEO CAMEROON S.A.
The ambassador of China to Harare said on Thursday China will help Zimbabwe build special economic zones
South Africa’s MTN has agreed to form a joint venture with specialist tower company IHS
Dès le 4 août 2014, les pays de l’Union européenne (UE) laisseront entrer les produits exportés sur leurs territoires respectifs par le Cameroun,
Makhtar Diop a été reçu en audience mercredi par le chef de l’Etat camerounais. La Banque mondiale soutiendra les “projets structurants”
Twelve trade union groups in Cameroon have called for a national strike from July 28 to protest cuts in fuel subsidies