CFA franc

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CFA franc


n.
a monetary unit used in West Africa.
[abbr. of Communauté financière africaine African Financial Community]
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Social rights were valued at approximately 955 million francs CFA.
Some people bring a bit of money: 50 CFA francs here, 100 CFA francs there, or 500 francs CFA.
In addition to Jail time, Mbede was fined 33,000 Francs CFA (about $61 USD).
Millions de Francs CFA 31/12/07 31/12/06 31/12/05 31/12/04 Long-term capital BGFIBANK Gabon 61,746 55,723 49,125 44,948 Net situation Group BGFI 111,475 86,886 75,058 66,325 Group share 96,216 77,046 67,163 60,093 BGFIBANK's lone-term capital over the past four years
A la veille de cette marche, des chefs traditionnels des Bamboutos (ouest du pays) ont marque leur soutien, en remettant au ministre de la Defense une enveloppe de 22 millions de francs CFA (environ 30.
The Minister of Health, Andre Mama Fouda announced that Cameroon s President, Paul Biya has granted order for the disbursement of 5 billion francs CFA to buy antiretroviral drugs for the treatment of Cameroonian patients living with HIV/AIDS.
000 francs CFA de la part de la FAF, sans compter une enveloppe qui lui a ete remise par le ministre des Sports camerounais, Adoum Garoua, le jour de l'arrivee de la depouille a Douala, avant qu'elle ne soit transportee a l'hopital militaire de Bononjo a Douala.
In 2012, it aided the State of Cameroon to raise 200 billion francs CFA in the sale of treasury bonds to fund giant projects to boost Cameroon into an emergent economy by 2035.
As per the reports, Herakles Farms/SGSOC s plans to invest a total of 300 billion francs CFA over several years, for the development of oil palm production in the South-West region of Cameroon.
The military, with an envelope of 350 million francs CFA will rehabilitate the Longone dyke, which was destroyed between Pouss and Begue-Palam, measuring 5km.
For financing small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), Cameroonian government has issued 5 billion francs CFA, due to the pending launch of a specialized bank promised by the head of state two years ago.