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CFA

abbreviation for Certified First Assistant.
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Of the twenty mobile sellers we interviewed who worked for family members, only three were paid directly for their work; an average of 11,000 CFA francs per month.
Pierre Magne, Chairman of the Ecobank Cote d'Ivoire Board of Directors, said the new head office was constructed at a cost of roughly 12 billion CFA francs ($20.
Prosecutors had demanded a seven-year prison term and a 250 million CFA franc ($413,784) fine for Karim Wade, who was known as the 'minister for heaven and earth' during his father's government as he controlled several key ministries.
The first phase of the projects saw the financing of the construction of a seven-km highway in the capital city of Brazzaville, while the second phase, worth 200 billion CFA francs, is for the city of Pointe-Noire and other localities in the country, according to Anselme Imbert, Financial Adviser for Africa and head of mission of the French Development Agency (AFD).
In this context, the decision to retain the CFA franc, a freely convertible common currency that is pegged to the euro at a significantly overvalued exchange rate, is a dubious one.
With a budget of 50 billion CFA francs, the Bollore Group intends to invest, between 2012 and 2013, in several development projects including a high-speed train link between Yaounde and Douala, as well as renewable energy projects.
Currently, Congo has to spend 130 billion CFA francs (198 million euros) a year to import food to feed its 3.
We are going to start our activities in Niger in October and, by 2012, we will invest $100 million, or about 50 billion CFA francs, in expanding the network, improving quality and (improving) the coverage in the rural areas," said Manoj Kohli, chief executive of the group's international business.
The Court held that Niger was accountable for its failure and must pay her 10,000,000 CFA Francs in reparation.
The court sentenced Niger to pay ten million CFA francs ($19 030) in damages and accumulated interest.
Owners would pay [approximately equal to] 400-700 CFA francs (US $0.