Archive for Category: "Economy"
A l’ouverture officielle de la campagne cacaoyère 2010/2011, le prix d’achat indicatif du cacao aux planteurs de Côte d’Ivoire, premier producteur mondial,
The International Monetary Fund urged Ghana on Friday to improve its fiscal performance to avoid an unsustainable build up of public debt
Equatorial Guinea has signed five oil concession deals, including two with Russia’s Gazprom Neft, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
South Africa’s ruling ANC will investigate ways for the state to take greater control of the country’s mining industry, a senior party official said on Friday.
Ivory Coast could again be a popular tourist spot and attract millions of tourists annually if elections finally end the political instability that scared them off, its tourism minister said on Thursday.
A union representing 8,000 Kenya Power & Lighting Co. workers agreed to call off a planned strike after brokering a deal with the company, which agreed to hire more full-time workers and root out alleged corruption. “We have called it off after they agreed to resolve most of our issues,” Ernest Nadome, secretary-general of the [...]
Gabon managed to execute less than a third of its 2010 investment plans by mid-year, an International Monetary Fund official said in an interview,
Le bureau de la Banque mondiale au Mali a remis, ce jour, des chèques d’un montant global d’environ 11 000 000 de francs CFA de subvention à huit ONG nationales,
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress will next week discuss persistently high unemployment and ways to deal with a rand currency
Cameroon plans to use genetically modified seedlings developed in Brazil in an effort to more than double its cocoa production by 2015,
Egypt’s Trade Ministry plans to tender 500 million square metres of land for specialised trade zones next month, part of a plan to boost internal trade and lure more investment, the state news agency reported.
Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd, China’s largest maker of solar panels, said on Thursday that it has signed a deal to develop solar plants in South Africa
Les ex barons de la filière cacao passeront à la barre le 6 septembre prochain au tribunal e grande instance d’Abidjan. 28 anciens dirigeants de la filière cacao- café accusés de détournement de fonds, d’abus de biens de sociaux et escroquerie ont été incarcérés depuis juin 2008 au cours d’une opération mains propres.
Sudan on Friday signed a new onshore exploration deal for a 50,000 square kilometre Block E with two European companies, who called for other Western companies
Après l’expérience ratée de Carrefour en Algérie, les Suisses précisément Alain Rolland l’initiateur du centre commercial de « La Praille » à Genève vient de réussir la réalisation