Its vice president, Michel Palu, went to expose their projects to Paul Biya last Thursday.
24 hours prior to the parade of May 20, at the eponymous boulevard in Yaounde, Cameroon’s President Paul Biya was not idle. He received at the Unity Palace, home of the Presidency of the Republic, the French Michel Palu. This is the Vice President of the Castel Group that is also the proprietor of the Société Anonymes des Brasseries du Cameroun (SABC).
He went to speak of the Castel Group projects to the Head of State. On leaving the audience with the President of the Republic, the number 2 of this “world reference” specialized in the business of wine, beer and soft drinks, had this reaction: “I had the honor to be received by the President. I thank him. We did a small review of the business we have in Cameroon. These are projects we will do.“
He who is also the CEO of the SABC reveals that future investments of his group in Cameroon will concern areas related to maize and rice. They should be added to those already made in the sugar sector. His visit comes two days after the closing of the International Economic Conference to promote Cameroon to foreign investors.