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CEMAC : Free Movement effective

It is henceforth done with. The free movement of persons and goods in the whole of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) is now official. Equatorial Guinea has eliminated the last obstacle. In fact, in compliance with the agreement signed in 2013 on free movement in Central Africa, the country has ratified the abolishment of visas for the nationals of CEMAC member countries.


According to a circular jointly signed by Vice-Prime Minister,... Read more

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CEEAC : Boosting Trade

Even though they share the same geographical area, Central African countries face difficulties in doing the slightest thing necessary for living together: sharing. Whereas, according to Marie-Chantal MFOULA, Assistant Secretary-General of the Physical, Economic and Monetary Integration of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC), the Community is endowed with important natural resources and despite this, it remains one of the least integrated regions of the continent... Read more