Economic outlook on CRYPTO-COINS

Cryptocurrencies have been driving the local and international news of recent times. They are on everyone's lips, for speculators, they constitute a wonderful vehicle...

[Tribune] What banking system for financing the Guinean economy?

Mamadou Safayiou DIALLO, economic analyst. The Guinean banking system, like that of most African countries, has enormous shortcomings which should push the monetary authorities to...

Algérie: avoiding the errors of the 1995-1999 privatization program

By University Professor Dr Abderrahmane MEBTOUL and President of the National Council for Privatization 1996/1999. Algerian President Abdelmadjid TEBBOUNE during his meeting with the national...

Côte d’Ivoire: World’s Most Modern Cashew Processing Plant Opens in Central Country

Highway users between Abidjan (the economic capital) and Yamoussoukro (political capital) can spot the imposing industrial complex not far from Toumodi. With more than...

Cameroon-European Union: sixth dismantling of EPAs against a backdrop of trade deficit

Cameroon and the European Union (EU) launched on August 4, 2021 the sixth tariff dismantling of the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) which cover customs...

[Tribune] Maritime transport: behind the vertiginous surge in container costs

By Nicolas Clavel (photo), CIO, Scipion Capital Ltd and Edmund Fitzalan Howard, Analyste Intern, Scipion Capital LLP. Over the last eighteen months, the global supply...

Why France has apologized to Equatorial Guinea

France and Equatorial Guinea avoided a diplomatic crisis the unexpected outcome of which surprised many observers who expected more of a stalemate especially since...

Maroc: King Mohammed VI reiterates his extended hand to Algeria

In his 22nd speech on the Feast of the Throne, His Majesty King Mohammed VI wishes to take Morocco to a new stage. Internally,...

The Africa of Tomorrow [By Mo Ibrahim]

An exceptional forum by Mo Ibrahim, president of the eponymous foundation dedicated to good governance in Africa and famous for its “Ibrahim Index” and...

Africa: should we fear a catastrophe from the “new” variants of Covid-19?

A year and a half after the outbreak of the pandemic, Africa is doing better than resisting the Coronavirus. Until then, the slaughter predicted,...

Cameroon-Nigeria: Paul Biya and Muhammadu Buhari combine their efforts against secession and terrorism

Neighboring countries, Cameroon and Nigeria share several difficulties, including terrorist attacks and secessionist tendencies. An unfavorable context for development, peace and stability which leads...

Cameroon: tensions, threats and clashes on the menu for Paul Biya’s visit to Europe

Paul Biya's presence in Europe on a private visit fuels political battles that go beyond the classic confrontation between the majority and the opposition....

Terrorism and violent extremism in the Sahel: what role for Morocco?

By Khalid Cherkaoui Semmouni, Professor at the Faculty of Law in Rabat and at ISIC Terrorism is one of the most serious threats to peace,...

Centrafrique: headwinds around republican dialogue

Will the "great" republican dialogue announced last March by the head of state Faustin Archange Touadéra after his re-election in a tense socio-political context...
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