Best Wishes for the New Minister Tajani and Deputy Ministers M.A.E.C.I.

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Best Wishes for the New Minister Tajani and Deputy Ministers M.A.E.C.I.

L’associazione AEDIC augura un buon lavoro al ministro degli Esteri, Antonio Tajani e ai suoi vice ministri Dottoressa Mari a Tripodi e il Dott. Giorgio Silli. Dott.ssa Maria Tripodi Laureata in Studi Politici Internazionali e Comunitari, con specializzazione in Relazioni Internazionali presso l’Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”. A luglio 2022 consegue il Master In Sicurezza Economica, Geopolitica e intelligence presso il SIOI. Dott. Giorgio Silli Il Dott. Silli è anche Perito industriale specializzato in industria chimica tintoria, diplomato all’ITIS Buzzi, laureato in scienze politiche e relazioni internazionali con lode, vive la propria vita lavorativa occupandosi di tessile fin da subito. Lavora in alcune aziende, fra le quali quella di famiglia che opera nell’ambito della tintura di fibre tessili fin dalla fine del 1700, sia nel settore tecnico che in quello commerciale. È proprio la direzione commerciale di alcune grandi aziende produttrici di tessuto che lo porta a vivere per lunghi periodo della sua vita all’estero. Consegue nel 2020 un master in politiche e istituzioni spaziali al SIOI. Parla 5 lingue fra le quali il russo. che cosa volete fare ora? Volete rimanere in Europa con una recessione alle porte, inflazione galoppante e costi sempre più alti del Gas e dell’energia elettrica e mancanza di materie prime, o desiderate entrare in contatto con noi per sviluppare la vostra opportunità di Business in Africa Centrale? Se volete saperne di più compilate il form che vedete quì sotto, un nostro consulente vi contatterà entro 24 ore africaaedic.eu

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Nachtigal Dam Central Africa: Construction progresses at a rate of 14.5% in just 5 months

La società idroelettrica Nachtigal, amministratrice del progetto a settembre 2022, ha dicharato che l’opera è già stata completata al 74,5%. Lo scorso aprile i progressi erano stimati al 60%. Nel corso degli ultimi mesi, i lavori di costruzione hanno avuto invece una grande accelerazione, la costruzione della diga che soddisferà il consumo di energia della regione centrale del Camerun è ultimata per il 74,5%. La costruzione della diga idroelettrica di Nachtigal, situata nella località di Batchenga, sta procedendo a ritmo costante. Negli ultimi cinque mesi hanno registrato un’evoluzione notevole, secondo i dati ufficializzati dalla Nachtigal hydro power company (Nhpo) alla fine di settembre 2022. La società che gestisce il progetto indica sul suo sito web che i lavori di ingegneria civile sono già stati completati per il 74,5%. Per il resto, il tasso di avanzamento registrato dalla prima valutazione di aprile è del 14,5%. In altre parole, il tasso di avanzamento registrato dalla prima valutazione da’aprile 2005 è del 14,5%, dato che all’epoca il tasso di esecuzione del cantiere era stato valutato al 4 60%. Questo è il miglior progresso dei lavori sul sito fino ad oggi. Si è trattato del miglior avanzamento dei lavori sul sito negli ultimi dieci mesi. Infatti, alla fine dell’anno 2021, quando il Ministro dell’Energia Gaston Eloundou Essomba ha visitato il cantiere, il tasso di completamento era ancora al 51,7% del progetto. Le opere civili devono ancora essere completate, così come la parte relativa al settore elettromeccanico, che ha una percentuale di completamento pari al 69,5%. Per quanto riguarda la linea di trasmissione e i lotti del sito operativo, sono già stati completati. Il minimo che si possa dire è che i lavori sul sito della diga del Nachtigal non sono mai progrediti così rapidamente come negli ultimi dieci mesi. Negli ultimi due anni e mezzo, il programma di lavoro era stato gravemente interrotto da diverse contingenze, tra cui la pandemia di Covid-19, che hainevitabilmente causato ritardi nell’esecuzione dei lavori, ci sono stati inoltre numerosi scioperi dei dipendenti che chiedevano migliori condizioni di lavoro. La società Nhpc e stata in varie occasioni contestata da parte delle ONG e dalle comunità locali interessate che risiedono su quel territorio. Le contestazioni al progetto sono legate all’impatto che avrà la diga sull’ambiente e per altri accordi che l’azienda aveva fatto con le popolazioni locali e che non ha rispettato. che cosa volete fare ora? Volete rimanere in Europa con una recessione alle porte, inflazione galoppante e costi sempre più alti del Gas e dell’energia elettrica e mancanza di materie prime, o desiderate entrare in contatto con noi per sviluppare la vostra opportunità di Business in Africa Centrale? Se volete saperne di più compilate il form che vedete quì sotto, un nostro consulente vi contatterà entro 24 ore africaaedic.eu

Strategic Alliances, International Joint Ventures

Strategic alliances are formal medium to long-term arrangements between two or more parties (mainly, but not exclusively, companies), aimed at achieving specific objectives, functional to the competitive strategies or growth in foreign markets of the individual partners involved. They may concern commercial purposes, or the organisation of production, the development of technological innovations, the implementation of strategic projects. Development strategy In a company's international development strategy, alliances can generate the following possible advantages immediate access to resources and distinctive competences complementary to one's own opportunities to exploit their resources and distinctive competences in new geographical contexts; possibility of reaching more rapidly the critical size, in terms of invested resources and volumes of supply, necessary to be competitive in international markets and to operate at adequate levels of efficiency; development of a better knowledge of the characteristics of the foreign market, of its competitive dynamics, of the economic and extra-economic factors that influence its evolution; greater flexibility and ability to adapt to the specificities of demand in different countries and to the different phase of its life cycle. International Joint Ventures International joint ventures are also widespread; they are a new company set up by two or more operators of different nationalities to carry out clearly specified activities of common interest. Once the objective has been achieved, or the conditions of common interest have ceased to exist, the JV can be dissolved or transformed. The JV is therefore the result of an agreement between the parent companies (the companies involved), which thus characterise its structure and operating methods. It can be considered the most advanced form of a strategic alliance from the point of view of the strategic, organisational and financial commitment of the parties involved. In fact, the participation in the constitution of the JV is determined by the contribution by the parent companies of financial capital but also of material and immaterial resources necessary for the activities for which it is created. Joint Venture Models There are two prevalent models of JVs aimed at entering a foreign market. The first involves the establishment, with one or more local partners, of a new structure whose mission becomes the commercial development of certain products in the target market. In this case, the company contributes production capacity and product knowledge, while the partner(s) in the target country provide marketing expertise and the availability of a distribution network in the local market. The second model involves two or more companies (even from different countries) combining their capabilities in a certain business area to enter a certain market by leveraging a joint scale and position, and thus with better capabilities and competitive opportunities. In this case, each partner brings its own expertise in the business in which the JV will be active. As you can imagine, using a JV as a way of entering a foreign market has a number of advantages and allows Italian SMEs to: reduce financial investment and organisational complexity; determine a clear separation of the competitive position in the foreign market from the company's traditional activities; allow ...

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Gas extraction: Gaz du Cameroun is looking for a partner

L’obiettivo è quello di condividere i costi, rischi e benefici legati alla perforazione del blocco di gas di Matanda. La società di estrazione del gas di Matanda, situato tra le regioni del Litorale e del Sud-Ovest, è alla ricerca di un partner internazionale. In una nota informativa indirizzata ai suoi azionisti sulle sue operazioni in Camerun, Victoria Oil & Gas, la società madre dell’operatore camerunese Gaz du Cameroun, ha annunciato che la sua filiale locale è ancora alla ricerca di un partner per condividere i costi, rischi e benefici della perforazione del blocco Matanda, a cavallo del confine tra Camerun situato tra il Litorale e  le regioni del Litorale e del Sud-Ovest. Non siamo ancora riusciti a concludere un contratto a condizioni accettabili con il proprietario dell’impianto di perforazione con sede in Ciad di cui abbiamo parlato nelle precedenti pubblicazioni, per cui la società sta cercando un’alternativa. La società (Gaz du Cameroun, una società francese) non è ancora in grado di concludere un contratto a condizioni accettabili con il proprietario dell’impianto di perforazione con sede in Ciad, menzionato in precedenti pubblicazioni, e sta quindi cercando un appalto alternativo. L’azienda è ancora alla ricerca di un partner”, ha dichiarato l’azienda. Il blocco Matanda, che copre una superficie di 1.196 miliardi di piedi cubi, è diviso tra terra (70% dell’area totale) e offshore (in acque poco profonde), ha una capacità di 1.196 miliardi di piedi cubici di di risorse potenziali di gas. Nel 2021, Gaz du Cameroun ha ottenuto una proroga di un anno per continuare le operazioni di esplorazione in questo blocco dallo stato. che cosa volete fare ora? Volete rimanere in Europa con una recessione alle porte, inflazione galoppante e costi sempre più alti del Gas e dell’energia elettrica e mancanza di materie prime, o desiderate entrare in contatto con noi per sviluppare la vostra opportunità di Business in Africa Centrale? Se volete saperne di più compilate il form che vedete quì sotto, un nostro consulente vi contatterà entro 24 ore africaaedic.eu

Inauguration of the Kribi-Lolabé highway in Central Africa costing FCFA 250 billion

Con una lunghezza di 38,5 km, questa strada è stata finanziata con 250 miliardi di Fcfa, dalla Eximbank China fino all’85% e il 15% dalla società cinese China Harbour Engineering Company. Questa infrastruttura autostradale fornisce una soluzione alla fluidità della soluzione alla fluidità del trasporto su gomma delle merci dal porto di Kribi verso tutte le destinazioni del mercato domestico e degli altri stati confinanti. In modo più concreto, è finalizzato in particolare a migliorare la competitività delle aziende di trasporti, dal porto autonomo di Kribi. Questa nuova arteria autostradale, garantirà il collegamento tra questo porto-industriale e la porto della città omonima e delle principali città dell’entroterra, nonché dei paesi limitrofi, nelle migliori condizioni di sicurezza possibili è alleggerirà i movimenti di transito nella città di Kribi che sono in aumento grazie anche all’industrializzazione dell’entroterra portuale. Qui sotto il video dell’inaugurazione dell’autostrada. che cosa volete fare ora? Volete rimanere in Europa con una recessione alle porte, inflazione galoppante e costi sempre più alti del Gas e dell’energia elettrica e mancanza di materie prime, o desiderate entrare in contatto con noi per sviluppare la vostra opportunità di Business in Africa Centrale? Se volete saperne di più compilate il form che vedete quì sotto, un nostro consulente vi contatterà entro 24 ore africaaedic.eu

The President of the Commonwealth Business Council is expected in Douala

Accompanied by the Commonwealth-approved business network, Lord Jonathan Peter Marland will meet the business community in Douala on 12 October 2022. After several successive hearings with the Prime Minister and some members of the government (Minepat, Mincommerce, Minpmeesa, Minfi, Minsanté, Minesec, Mintransport, etc.), Lord Jonathan Peter Marland, the Marland, the President of the Commonwealth Business and Investment Council (Cweic), is expected in Douala on 12 October. During his stay in Cameroon's economic capital Duala, he will hold consultations with Cameroon's private sector, consular institutions and public enterprises. On his agenda, the British are expected to meet in turn. The agenda includes meetings with officials from the Autonomous Port of Douala (Pad), the Cameroon National Council of Shippers (Cnc), the CAC and the Ccima (Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Trade). Lord Jonathan Peter Marland will also stop by the Groupement inter patronal du Cameroun (Gicam), Syndicat des. According to reports, he will also be a member of the Union of Cameroonian Industrialists (Syndustricam) and the Azur S.A. agribusiness company. The modern Commonwealth, an association of 56 countries, most of which have historical ties with the UK, also represents many economic opportunities for the country. During the course of the day, the Cameroonian manufacturing sector will be presented with access to finance, new technologies and innovation from member countries... without too many unconvincing words from other investors. These meetings are an important instrument of opportunity that Lord Jonathan Peter Marland is presenting is The Commonwealth Business Forum (CBF), a Cweic flagship event held on the sidelines of the Commonwealth General Assembly. Meeting of the institution's heads of state and government. "The CBF is designed to provide a space for high-level dialogue between business and government leaders in the industry.Commonwealth government leaders. The Forum also aims to develop stronger partnerships to ensure that the Commonwealth plays its role in promoting sustainable growth in the world," says Cweic. Cweic is the Commonwealth's accredited business network that provides its strategic partners and members and members with targeted trade missions, business forums and networking events, leadership webinars networking events, tailored investment programmes and strategic presentations to support members in acquiring new business globally. A unique opportunity and a niche opportunity to be seized by the Italian business community interested in investing in a strategic port in Central Africa that gives access to export of locally processed products to 54 African capitals, the Commonwealt and Europe at 0 tariffs. what do you want to do now? Do you want to stay in Europe with a recession just around the corner, galloping inflation and ever-higher gas and electricity costs and a shortage of raw materials, or do you want to get in touch with ...

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Central Africa - Partnership signed: Kribi Port to partner with Commonwealth companies

A partnership agreement has been signed between the Port of Kribi (PAK) through its General Manager Patrick Melom and the Commonwealth Enterprise and Invest- ment Council (Cweic), represented by its chairman, Lord Jonathan Marland, former British Minister of Trade. The Port of Kribi (Cameroon) and the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (Cweic) are now business partners. Recall that Cameroon will host the WTO in 2024. The Yaoundé government will organise the 13th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). It is thanks to this partnership agreement signed between the parties on 10 October now the PAK, will facilitate Cameroonian companies in the Commonwealth business community, to the Commonwealth business community, companies thanks to this partnership agreement will be able to participate in important business meetings to promote investment in the port area. "Through this partnership, Cweic will accompany PAK in its strategic vision to become the regional hub in the Gulf of Guinea by connecting PAK with senior government officials and business leaders from its Commonwealth network," said the Commonwealth representative. The director of the Kribi Port Agency points out: 'this agreement puts us in touch with entrepreneurs interested in investing in the development of the port. The partnership augurs promising prospects for the PAK. Already at the time of the signing Cweic's partners had intended to explore the possibility of investing in Cameroon. Recall that Cweic, which is a non-profit trade organisation mandated by the Commonwealth Heads of Government to facilitate trade and investment in its 56 member countries, this organisation has a significant network of member countries, and has a wide network of companies operating in the industrial and petroleum sectors, These include Afreximbank; City of London Corporation; Equity Group Holdings; Algo fuels LTD; Gold Coast Refiner, among others, which may invest or partner with the Kribi Port Authority in the development of the industrial area on the mainland pertaining to the PAK. During the Commonwealth Business Forum held last June in Kagali, Rwanda, Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, said that trade exports within the Commonwealth have recorded a recovery from $700 billion in 2020 and $760 billion in 2021. This is estimated to be the highest figure ever recorded in terms of value and trade volumes. Figures from the African Development Bank (AfDB), revealed during the said Forum, indicate that the Commonwealth, which has 54 member countries including Cameroon, has a combined GDP of about $13 trillion and is expected to reach $19.5 trillion by the end of 2027. A niche of opportunities to be seized by the Port of Kribi and the Italian business community interested in investing in a strategic port in Central Africa that gives access to locally processed products to 54 African capitals, the Commonwealt and Europe at 0 tariffs ... what do you want ...

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SPECIAL MASTER CLASS APERO COACHING

At the Hilton Hotel in Cameroon's capital Yaounde, the Special Master Class, Apero Coaching By Speedmind Marketing will be held on 8 October from 1 to 3pm. The promoter of this wonderful initiative is Dr Simon Bruno Ongola, he graduated from a business school and holds an MBA in international business management and international trade and transport management from ESSEC in Douala.Dr Ongola is passionate about the digital economy and created the first collaborative delivery platform in Cameroon in 2018 by establishing the SpeedLog platform. The bet is to seize space for the development movement in Africa, to guide young entrepreneurs to converge towards new transport system , considering that : "the last mile represents 20% of the cost of a global transport"". All entrepreneurs can create additional income through this business model. africaaedic.eu

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Remembering Pietro Savorgnan di Brazzà founder of Brazaville capital of Congo

Pietro was born in the capital of Italy, Rome, in 1852 to Count Ascanio Savorgnan di Brazzà, an exponent of one of the oldest noble families of Friuli and a patrician from Veneto with excellent contacts all over the world including Napoleon's France, and his wife Giacinta Simonetti who belonged to one of the oldest families in Rome. As a child, Pietro was fascinated by his father's travels... It is said that when he was only eight years old, he was struck by the sight of a white spot in the map of Africa, which was in the library at home, and was thunderstruck by the idea of discovering Africa and all its wonders. As a naturalised Frenchman in his twenties, he managed to embark on the frigate Venus, which was patrolling the west coast of Africa to combat the slave trade, taking advantage of the circumstance to penetrate along the Ogooué and Gabon-Bemboue rivers, the sources of which were still unknown. Pietro Savorgnan di Brazzà has gone down in history as a singular character of the colonial age. Already known to be a far cry from Stanley and the other white explorers of the time for his non-violent methods and his revulsion towards colonial exploitation, he became the protagonist of a difficult period for French imperialism to the point of proving to be an uncomfortable character for his government's colonial policy. He was the only European explorer in colonial history to conquer an empire without bloodshed, with trust and peace. Returning to France from a new trip to Africa in 1905, he died in Dakar. Brazzaville (City of Brazzà) Brazzaville, contrary to many other cities founded by colonialists who fought their way in with iron and fire, is the only capital on the African continent to retain the name of its founder Pietro Savorgnana di Brazzà. In 1880, thanks to an agreement reached with the chief of a local tribe, King Makoko, he laid the foundations for the foundation of the city, which was later named Brazzaville, now the capital of the Republic of Congo. The friendship between Brazzaville and Makoko offered Congo the only bright moment in the tragic obscurantism of its colonial history. Many Congolese speak of Brazzà as their 'white ancestor', and are very proud of the encounter between these two illustrious figures. In the city of Brazzaville itself, the university, the main street and a high school were dedicated to him. On 6 December 2005, the foundation stone of the mausoleum destined to house his remains was laid in the capital of Congo. On 3 October 2006, France and Congo paid solemn tribute to the explorer, in a ceremony attended by kings, tribes and heads of state, and during which the remains of Pietro Savorgnan di Brazzà, transferred from Algiers, were laid to rest in a sumptuous mausoleum, the Memorial of Brazzaville, the centre of culture and memory in the Republic of Congo. On 6 October 2014, Corrado Pirzio Biroli, the son of Detalmo Pirzio Biroli, a descendant of Pietro Savorgnan di Brazzà, was received by Head of State Denis Sassou Nguesso in Brazzaville to sign a cultural twinning agreement with the Pietro di Brazzà Savorgnan Historical Museum, aimed at keeping the ...

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