On Tuesday, 20 September 2016in Douala and Thursday, 22 September 2016in Yaounde, the State of Cameroon,

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This potential can help it generate a two-digit growth rate. However, according to the Central Bank of Congo, the growth rate is not projected to go beyond 6%, owing to the drop in commodity prices and the absence of mechanisms to diversify sources of income.

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On 18 February 2016, the leading national bank organized a business dinner at the Yaounde Hilton Hotel to shed light on its support tools. 

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The Cotton Development Company (SODECOTON), a Cameroonian semi-public enterprise, obtained a syndicated loan of CFAF35.5 billion granted by five Cameroonian banks, to launch the 2014 cotton season.

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Access Bank is Nigeria's fourth largest bank in terms of assets, according to its website. It held total assets of 1.745 trillion Nigerian naira ($10.99 billion) at the end of 2012. However, it has failed to make its mark in Ivory Coast, French-speaking West Africa's largest economy, since it began operations there in 2008.

Read more: Nigeria's Access Bank sells Ivorian unit to Afriland First Bank