Cameroon to go it alone with national bourse

Cameroon has announced the creation of a national stock exchange, just days after Central African leaders chose Libreville in Gabon rather than Cameroon's economic capital of Douala as the seat for a regional bourse.

The announcement, in a statement signed by Prime Minister Peter Mafany Musonge, suggested the national bourse in Douala could be up and running quickly. "The technical studies for this important project have now been completed. The last logistical and regulatory adjustments are being

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