June 29, 1959, Creation of the Equatorial Customs Union (UDE);
1961 adhesions of the State of Cameroon to the EDU;
December 8, 1964, the Treaty establishing the Customs and Economic Union of Central Africa (UDEAC) was signed in Brazzaville;
August 24, 1983 accession of Equatorial Guinea to UDEAC;
March 16, 1994, signing in N’Djamena, Chad of the Treaty Establishing the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC);
June 1999, entry into force of the treaty establishing CEMAC;
2010, introduction of the rotation of the first directors of the institutions whose mandate is 5 years non-renewable;
October 2017, signing by all CEMAC member states of the circular establishing the free movement of people and goods in the CEMAC area for all citizens of the community.