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Un Paseito por Gabon
In Port-Gentil, Gabon’s second largest city, Frisomat built a 3.000 m² supermarket, with an adjoining warehouse. Together with this steel industrial building Frisomat already realized 13.000 m² for the Gabonese store chain Super CKdo. Discover the modern and professional design of this supermarket at the heart of Gabon. Are you also interested in a steel storage building by Frisomat in Africa? Get in touch with us at http://www.frisomat.com/af/en/Applications/Warehouses.aspx Find us also on other social media channels: http://www.frisomat.bg http://www.frisomat.com https://www.facebook.com/Frisomat https://www.youtube.com/Frisomat https://www.linkedin.com/company/frisomat-industrial-buildings https://plus.google.com/+FrisomatInternational/
Gabon is not only one of the most expensive countries to live in b on the continent, but also the hardest to find something to eat for any foreigner. NBS TV’s Moses Al said lubega is in Oyem , and tells of the rare foods eaten by the natives of the land
Al Qarra - Graduating from high school, Cedric dreamt of attending university. But without funding, he had to stop everything and look for a job. After being unemployed for several years, the 38-year-old now runs his own business. His shop is located at the Mon Bouet market in the capital Libreville. CEDRIC WANDJA, stallholder "Many young Gabonese have understood that business is a way to sustain a family and especially an opportunity to become a successful businessman in the future."
Gabon is seeking a total of 98 billion francs CFA equivalent to $167 million from the regional market for infrastructure development. The five-year bond which will be open to investors on June 1st has a yield of 6.5% and matures on 2021. It will be the third bond to be issued in the CEMAC regional market since 2014. Proceeds from the bond will be used to complete the financing of development works of Libreville, Port Gentil, Oyem and Bitam Franceville roads. Other projects earmarked for the p… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/05/24/gabon-to-issue-fcfa-98-billion-infrastructure-bond-on-regional-market Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube....
Illegal pangolin meat sold in Gabon markets Subscribe to eNCA for latest news. No Fear. No Favour: http://bit.ly/eNCAnews Gabon - The pangolin a small scaly anteater is now one of the most poached animals in Gabon. Pangolin poaching was banned in 2000 by international law. But it's still one of the most sought after species by traffickers. Connect with eNCA now to follow top stories and have your say: http://www.enca.com https://www.facebook.com/eNCAnews https://twitter.com/eNCAnews
Vous êtes au Gabon? Vous avez un parent à l'étranger? Adieu la galère! Vous pourrez désormais faire vos achats en ligne sur ogoouemarket.com le principe est simple! Vous résidez à l'étranger, vous avez de la famille au Gabon? Adieu les commissions de transfert! Ogoouemarket.com vous offre la possibilité de désormais faire des achats pour vos parents restés au pays en ligne et en toute sécurité. Mais ce n'est pas tout ! Nous mettons aussi à votre disposition la possibilité de transfert d'argent de petites sommes telles que de 1euro, 2euros etc.
Innovest is the marketing advisor for Gabon Special Economic Zone NKOK. It is a joint-venture development between the Republic of Gabon and Olam International, Singapore. It is an integrated multi-sectoral industrial park of 1126 ha. In an effort to make NKOK SEZ globally competitive for transformation of Gabon’s natural resources, the zone offers: - Advantages in terms of STRONG LOGISTICS SUPPORT through direct access to National Highway, dedicated Railway Siding limits and an accessible Quai for water logistics. - EASY ACCESS TO RAW MATERIAL AND OTHER FACILITATION By ensuring forest concessions for timber players settling within the zone (2 millions hectares of forest available for investors), providing assistance in sourcing raw materials, for others industries (eg: ensuring scrap a...
Consumer champions Whether it's buying goods on the road or getting good deal in superstores, Africans love to shop! A new study by the "Boston Consulting Group":http://www.bcg.com/d/press/21june2016-african-consumer-sentiment-2016-promise-of-new-markets-37549 suggests, with incomes rising, that Africa will have more than 1.1 billion consumers within five years. That's more than the combined populations of Europe and the United States. Certain products - like mobile phones - are a bigger prio… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/06/23/africa-s-consumer-market-gabon-s-palm-oil-revolution-plans-and-comoros-goes Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.yo...
Sinoeuro Machinery -Complete solutions to your woodworking machinery Sinoeuro Machinery is a professional woodworking machinery manufacturer in China Linyi with more than 20 years’ experience. We specialized in veneer peeling line, plywood production line, LVL and,PB,OSB production line. We can offer you not only complete equipment solutions to your plant but also good technology service.We have our own designers to meet any of your requirement. The most competitive price and the superior quality as well as perfect after-sale service. Mature and superior techniques which us to teach customers how to operate if necessary.We have our own after –sale maintenance center, our engineer can go to overseas for installation and commissioning. Main Products we supply: Plywood machinery manufacturi...
Gabon’s special economic zone plays host to over 45 companies and is projected to have about 180 factories by 2021. CNBC Africa caught up with Liban Soleman; Chairman of Gabon’s Investment Promotion Agency and discussed how the Central African country is planning to attract more Investors.
Like many cities in Africa, Libreville, Gabon's capital is experiencing a mushrooming of informal settlements due to rapid urbanisation. Gabon's government announced in 2010 that it would build 5,000 low-cost houses per year to replace shacks or poorly constructed settlements but the process is taking longer than expected. Maria Galang reports.