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the largest city of Cameroon

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The company will operate flights from Douala to Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, DR Congo and Congo Brazzaville.
United Bank for Africa (UBA) Cameroon has said that it has entered into a partnership with Douala University to offer services to staff and students.
Richard Achu, sales and distribution director, Vodafone Cameroon, said: "Vodafone Cameroon will enable anyone with 4G compatible equipment to benefit from the best 4G LTE network in these new towns as it is already the case in Douala and Yaounde.
9km pipeline network built by the utility in Douala.
It began in 1993, he says, when he joined the traditional annual March for Peace around the city of Douala.
Cameroon attracted private-sector participation in the Douala port container terminal in 2004, but the port lags behind the average time for handling containers in sub-Saharan Africa and is approaching its maximum capacity.
The current study first of all establishes gender inequality in terms of education, income, occupation and then finds out whether such disproportion affects women's participation in the leading desired values in Douala.
ECHO Flight will ensure that daily rotations will be performed by aircraft between Bangui and Douala in order to ferry humanitarian goods and personnel into the CAR.
We detected HoV in 65 (69%) of the 94 pooled samples: 2 (15%) of 13 from Bamenda, 39 (70%) of 56 from Douala, and 24 (96%) of 25 from Yaounde.
Emerging Markets Payments (EMP), a leading electronic payments card processing company in the Middle East and Africa, has been appointed to provide electronic payments processing for taxes and customs fees at the Port of Douala in Cameroon.
Mission accomplie egalement pour le FUS malgre sa defaite au Cameroun face a l'US Douala (1-0).
La semiotique populaire offre ainsi un regard sur les pratiques sociales et les effets de recomposition de la ville de Douala determinant son ancrage ambivalent dans la modernite et dans la maniere de lire l'action politique.
Douala is not just Cameroon's commercial capital, it is also the richest city in central Africa and regional headquarters to a number of companies, including Guinness and Nestle.
In 2007, a Kenya Airways 737-800 nose-dived into the ground shortly after take-off at Douala airport in Cameroon, killing 114.