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INTEGRATIVE PROJECTS : Cemac Obtains a Promise of 6,000 billion FCFA in Paris

The Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (Cemac) announced that it had obtained investment promises of 9.2 billion euros (10.04 billion dollars) or more than 6,000 billion FCFA in thirteen regional integration projects during a round table organized on November 28 and 29 in Paris.

« 9.2 billion euros have been pledged to Cemac, or 104 % of the initial target of 8.8 billion euros », said Michel-Cyr Djiena Wembou, permanent secretary of the Steering Committee of the Economic and Financial Reforms Program of Cemac (Pref-Cemac), at the end of the round table bringing together international donors and investors.

The promised funds exceed the initial objective of the regional institution, which expected 8.8 billion euros to finance the construction of infrastructure projects intended to strengthen regional integration and the diversification of economies.

For two days, Cemac officials presented to investors and technical and financial partners thirteen “integrator” projects, including roads, a dry port, railway lines and electrical interconnection infrastructure.

These projects, which represent the “infrastructure” component of the Regional Economic Program (PER), aim to develop regional trade, increase the local transformation of natural resources, further industrialize economies and strengthen their resilience to future shocks.

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La Une du journal LA VOIX DES ENTREPRISES, parution du mercredi 6 décembre 2023.

It is worth noting that during the first edition of the round table dedicated to international investors, organized in November 2020, Cemac had obtained commitments of 3.8 billion euros, beyond the 3.3 billion sought.

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