The Central African Development Bank (BDEAC) has gone offensive in marketing some investment projects in the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) to investors. A delegation from the bank invited investors to take advantage of the business opportunities offered by CEMAC economies, during the just ended Paris Infraweek. The delegation particularly harped on the 12 integratory projects whose investment are estimated at FCFA 2,500 billion. The projects are part of the Regional Economic Programme (REP) which aims at bringing about profound changes in the economies of the sub-region to increase added-value and contribute to the reduction of unemployment and poverty. The projects are focused in the transport, trade facilitation, energy and electricity amongst others.