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SONARA Halts Production amid Fuel Price Hike Concerns

By Kejang Henry Atembeh (Cameroonpostline.com) — The National Trade Union of Hydrocarbons Transporters of Cameroon has dismissed rumours of a looming fuel shortage across the country following a temporal production stoppage by the National Oil Refinery for maintenance purposes. The union leader, Haman Abdoulaye told Cameroon Postline at the weekend from his Douala-based office that the rumors were unjustifiable.  ...Full Article

Disabled Persons Restart Protests over Gov

By Divine Ntaryike Jr While thousands of graduates are gleefully rubbing their palms in contentment over their recruitment into the public service, scores of disabled people are publicly venting ...Full Article

African Cocoa Initiative Augurs Boom for Growers

By Divine Ntaryike Jr In recent years, cocoa growers in Cameroon, the world’s fifth largest producer of the main chocolate ingredient have been grinning steadily from their farms to ...Full Article

Cameroon’s Mobile Phone Market Still Roomy – Experts

By Divine Ntaryike Jr Despite the advent on Cameroon’s mobile telephony market of a third operator, experts argue there is still ample space for at least two more.  A ...Full Article

Chinese Goods Top Christmas Wish List

By Divine Ntaryike Jr For many in Cameroon, Christmas without new dresses, playthings and extraordinary food is unthinkable.  Family breadwinners must provide them all for their spouses, kids and ...Full Article

Central Bank Chief Insists CFA Won

By Muto Mulema For the second time in weeks, Lucas Abaga Nchama, governor of the Bank of Central African States, BEAC, has declared that the franc CFA is not ...Full Article

Cameroon to Hike Fuel Prices Next Month

* Transport unions threaten strike action By Muto Mulema & Joe Ngwenki It will be impossible for the price of petroleum products to stay at the current level from ...Full Article

SwissAir Drops Cameroon Route

By Joe Ngwenki One of the better known international carriers Swiss International Airlines, better known as SwissAir, has decided to stop flying to Cameroon. SwissAir, which is doing a ...Full Article

Two Ways to Kill Potential: Liberia and Cameroon

By Jay Wamey   A development professional makes an analytical comparison of development indicators in “peaceful, stable” Cameroon and the war-torn West African nation of Liberia, and Cameroon comes ...Full Article

Cameroon Counts On Natural Resources For Economic Jumpstart: Menye

By Jay Wamey Finance Minister Essimi Menye recently told the development publication Worldfolio that the government’s vaunted Grand Projects will create an extensive infrastructural backbone. In a wide-ranging discussion ...Full Article
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