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CFA

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A trademark for a credential used to identify people who have been certified as Chartered Financial Analysts.
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Constancia Mangue de Obiang has unblocked the sum of 44 million 900 thousand CFA francs for all the women of the districts and municipalities of the country, confirmed Nguema Onguene to the media.
A half-litre sachet of cold water sells for 25 CFA francs (approximately US$0.
9bn CFA franc ($143mn) territorial development programme announced in 2014 for the three regions in the north of the country; a three-year national emergency plan unveiled in 2015 with a budget of 925bn CFA francs of which just 42bn francs was earmarked for the Far North Region; a 5.
For example, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Togo listed Sukuk Islamic bonds worth 766 billion CFA francs ($1.
The soldiers, most of them former rebels, were promised 12 million CFA francs ($19,875) in bonuses by the government for backing Ouattara after former President Laurent Gbagbo refused to accept an election defeat in 2010, but they have received less than half of the cash.
It would create a new bank with a capital of 10bn CFA francs ($20m), in which it will be the major shareholder with 76%.
Launched in 2011 as a successor to Cameroon Airlines, Camair-Co has already racked up debts of 30bn CFA francs ($50m).
NIAMEY, , Dhu-AlQa'dah 11, 1436, August 26, 2015, SPA -- Security forces in Niger have dismantled a counterfeiting operation, seizing at least 270 million CFA francs ($470,244) in fake euro and dollar notes, authorities told state-owned television on Tuesday, according to Reuters.
Ecobank Cote d'Ivoire finances 13 per cent of the Ivorian economy, having paid 14 billion CFA francs ($23.
BRVM's market capitalisation has doubled in three years, standing at 7458 billion CFA francs ($13.
The crime of illicit enrichment being proven, Karim Wade: six years in prison and a fine of 138 billion CFA francs," judge Henri Gregoire Diop said in the ruling, adding that Wade had hidden away funds in offshore companies in the British Virgin Islands and Panama.
Decurey said the company plans to raise its capital from 25 billion CFA francs to 65 billion CFA francs by the end of the year.