Cameroon: MPs Appreciate Just-Ended June Session –

The first one was to facilitate air transport between China and Cameroon and the second was a business bill with Egypt and with Tunisia so that we sell our produce like cocoa, coffee and tea and can also bring theirs … Continue reading

Pan-African airline dream faces tough take-off – 4-traders (press release)

In west and central Africa, it is already competing with Cameroon’s newly relaunched national carrier … including gold, platinum, iron, oil, cocoa and timber, and this is attracting investments which in turn are galvanizing business and boosting air …

Cameroon’s Average Cocoa Exports Rose 2.6% in Week to July 2 – Bloomberg

The cocoa export price from Cameroon’s main port of Douala rose by 2.6 percent, or 30 CFA francs (6 cents), to 1,182 CFA francs a kilogram (2.2 pounds) during the week to yesterday, according to a Bloomberg calculation based on … Continue reading

Cameroon Agrees 282.4 Billion Francs of Loans for Roads, Mining – Bloomberg

Economic growth in Cameroon, Africa’s fourth-biggest cocoa grower, is expected to accelerate to 4.5 percent in 2013 from an estimated 4.1 percent this year, according to the International Monetary Fund. The country is rated B by Standard and …

African NGO Turns to Netizens to Save a Forest – SBWire

The cocoa project clearly violates the Cross River State of Nigeria … The area is home to subspecies of primates including the Nigerian-Cameroon chimpanzee, the Drill, a cousin of the Mandrill, the Preuss’ Red Colobus monkey, not to mention possibility … Continue reading

Africa: Award-Winning Youth Drama Shuga – Love, Sex, Money to Reach New Audiences in Radio Format –

The content and storyline for Shuga Radio were written and created with 30 young people from Cameroon, DR Congo … Bamenda, Radio Hot Cocoa, Bamenda, Oku Rural Radio, Oku. The first series of Shuga aired in November 2009, subsequently reaching … Continue reading

Cocoa, Sugar Rise on Wet Weather in Africa: Commodities at Close – Bloomberg

Sugar advanced, while coffee fell. Showers and thunderstorms from Ivory Coast, the biggest cocoa grower, to Nigeria and Cameroon through June 29 will be 0.2 inches (0.5 centimeters) to 0.7 inches daily, AccuWeather Inc. said in a report.

DJ Cameroon Crusher’s August-May Cocoa Beans Intake at 28,467MT/Year -CCIB – MENAFN

YAOUNDE, Cameroon, Jun 27, 2012 (Dow Jones Commodities News via Comtex) — The Cameroon affiliate of Barry Callebaut AG (BARN.EB), locally known as Sic Cacao SA, bought 28,467 metric tons of cocoa beans between August and May in the ongoing … Continue reading

Coffee prices fall into correction territory – Financial Post

London September cocoa was up 9 pounds, or 0.6 percent, to 1,501 lbs per tonne. Cameroon’s lone cocoa grinder, Sic-Cacaos, bought 28,467 tonnes of beans bwteen the start of the 2011/12 season last August and the end of May, according … Continue reading

Cameroon Cocoa Grinder’s Purchases Fall 48% in May to 434 Tons – Bloomberg

Cocoa purchases by Cameroon’s major grinder of the chocolate ingredient fell 48 percent in May, the Cocoa and Coffee Board and the Cocoa and Coffee Interprofessional Board said in a joint report. Sic-Cacao bought 434 metric tons of beans …