Cameroon learns China bamboo wealth creation techniques---Bamboo and rattan experts from China are sharing best practices with Cameroonian stakeholders on how the products, hitherto neglected and which the country has in huge quantities, could be harnessed to give a push to socio-economic development. This is notably in the green …
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Cameroon’s State broadcaster, CRTV, that was built and equipped by Siemens in Germany has acquired two state-of-the-art Outside Broadcast Vans (OB Vans) in view of an optimal coverage of the upcoming Female Africa Nations Cup billed for Yaounde and Limbe from 19 November to 3 December 2016.
News; Economy: A lode of cashew nuts. Posted on . In a bid to diversify the range of its agricultural products, Cameroon has embarked on producing the commodity.. (Source Cameroon Tribune N° 11453/7652 du 17 octobre 2017) Events. Nigeria - Cameroon Exhibition.
In the first quarter of 2016, Cameroon suspended the licences of four logging companies, issued 35 other companies with warning notices and generated 54.2 million FCFA (82.6 million euros) in fines related to illegal activities in the forest sector.
Sep 07, 1987 · Cameroon also has a small foreign debt of about $3 billion and a low ratio of debt service payments to exports - about 20 percent. But Cameroon's petroleum era appears to be drawing to a close.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed in a press release by ENEO Cameroon, that in a campaign that was launched by the company (then still known as A ES SONEL) for submission of suggestions for a new name, a total of 12,300 people comprised of the company’s employees, customers and other members of the public, proposed a total …
The meeting was therefore to present the concept of 'made in Cameroon' products as well as inform producers of the types of goods that can be exported free of custom duties under the AGOA initiative.
Cameroon’s investor-friendly oil and gas code of 1999 aims to encourage new exploration and further exploitation of maturing fields, especially for onshore blocks, which have not received the attention of Cameroon’s offshore assets.