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French bank, Société Générale is leaving Ghana after 20 years

Ghana Business News 04 May 2024
Société Générale, a French bank, has made the decision to withdraw from the Ghanaian market just twenty years after entering ... Société Générale initially entered the Ghanaian market in 2003 by acquiring a 51% stake in the then Social Security Bank.
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Kosmos Energy Returns to African Energy Week: Invest in African Energy 2024 as a Diamond Sponsor

Capital Ethiopia 12 Apr 2024
As a leading energy investor in Africa and a trusted partner in oil and gas development, Kosmos Energy continues to influence the stability and growth of African energy markets and economies.
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Africa’s prosperity depends on achieving gender equality

B & FT Online 02 Apr 2024
A focusing on women’s integration into the labor market in eight Sub-Saharan countries – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone – found that, with the ...
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Africa's prosperity depends on achieving gender equality

Korea Times 28 Mar 2024
A separate study focusing on women’s integration into the labor market in eight Sub-Saharan countries – Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone ...
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The Quest to Empower Women in Mauritania

Capital Ethiopia 27 Mar 2024
Countries like Mauritania are taking significant steps to ensure that half of their population can achieve their full potential ... Embassy is committed to helping Mauritania achieve the goal of empowering women and girls ... Embassy in Mauritania..
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Good signs for rice exports

Vietnam News 25 Mar 2024
... the rice market heats up this year ... Apart from serving the domestic market of over 18 million people, the country also imports rice for re-export to neighbouring Mauritania, Guinea-Bissau and Gambia.
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Amir attends 7th Summit of GECF in Algiers

Gulf-Times 02 Mar 2024
He stressed the importance of continuing to develop the gas industry, cooperation in technologies, and the development of marketing and exploration techniques.He welcomed the joining of Mozambique, ...
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An odd, unprecedented Moroccan early vegetables campaign

Fresh Plaza 30 Jan 2024
The drop in prices was felt - and celebrated - on the local market, and coincided with the day after Mauritania's decision to increase customs duties on Moroccan fresh produce ... "Mauritania is first and foremost a distribution hub.
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Sharp drop in the price of peppers on the local market in Morocco

Fresh Plaza 17 Jan 2024
On the local Moroccan market, peppers are recording significant price drops due to the increase in customs taxes by Mauritania, which is impacting all exports to West Africa.
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Rising customs tariffs, Mauritanian retaliation against Morocco?

Fresh Plaza 12 Jan 2024
Prices of fresh produce have soared on the local Moroccan market, and the government has been forced to ban the export of onions and potatoes to West African countries, including Mauritania.".
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Mauritania triples import duties on Moroccan fruits and vegetables

Fresh Plaza 11 Jan 2024
... in Mauritania, reports Agrimaroc.ma ... Accordingly, this will also sharply increase fruit and vegetable prices in the market of Mauritania and other neighboring countries from the region of Sahel.
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African country reveals LNG export plan

Russia Today 04 Dec 2023
According to Chrougha, the launch of Mauritanian gas exports would also transform the energy market in the entire MSGBC region (Mauritania, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, and Guinea Conakry), ...
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The Hydrogen Stream: Germany expands global hydrogen alliances

PV Magazine 26 Sep 2023
Mauritania could be in an advantageous position to export hydrogen to international markets, potentially surpassing countries such as Morocco and Egypt in this regard, according to Michaël Tanchum, a non-resident fellow at the Middle East Institute.
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Ship Concept 2030: Identifying what tomorrow’s newbuilds will look like

Splash24/7 20 Sep 2023
Promising locations happen to be near the key existing global trade routes, sparsely populated and with relatively small local markets for energy – Mauritania, Djibouti and West Australia being good examples.
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