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Doula is moving too

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The government adopted a poverty reduction strategy paper in 2003 in which it undertook to speed up economic diversification and boost gross domestic product (GDP) growth to an annual average of 6 per cent over the 2005-15 period. This target is unlikely to be met, as GDP expanded by only 3.4 per cent in 2007 and an estimated 4.1 per cent in 2008 (4.1 per cent and 4.6 per cent respectively in the non-oil sector).

Government efforts are focused on increasing and broadening the supply of agricultural and livestock products. Free distribution of pesticides and selected seeds to farmers' organisations under programmes funded by the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative should maintain the growth trend in subsistence agriculture at an annual 5 per cent from 2009. Cash-crop output is expected to rise 3.1 per cent, mainly as a result of new plantations developed with the assistance of the national cocoa development firm Sodecao, the abolition of European Union (EU) banana import quotas in January 2008 and distribution of improved seedlings. Increased harvesting of new species could help revive the forestry sector, but this is uncertain owing to the economic crisis in timber-importing countries, with the long-term depression in markets such as housing.

Investment accounted for 16.9 per cent of GDP in 2008 (up from 16.8 per cent in 2007) and is forecast at 16.7 per cent in 2009. Private investment grew 6 per cent in 2008 due to non-oil sector investments, chiefly mobile telephony, cement, electricity and agro-industry. Oil exploration is continuing in the Ekoundou Horst, Bakingili and Rio Del Rey blocks. Private investment was steady at 14.3 per cent of GDP in 2008 (14.5 per cent in 2007) and should dip to 14.1 per cent of GDP in 2009. Government investment (2.6 per cent of GDP) was up 13 per cent in 2008 and expected to grow 2.7 per cent in 2009, helped by infrastructure upgrading in Yaounde and Douala. Social sectors got 60 per cent of the public investment budget in 2008, including 41 per cent for infrastructure, 13 per cent for education, training and research, and 4.9 per cent for health.

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It sounded good in paper that the goverment trying to reduce to poverty but in reality, still the the same. Nothing is changing.
Jean Abega, Cameroon, Paris

Cameroon can be good place or bad! But also it's not bad place business.
Songo , Cameroon

It's good place to business, you must just know people.
Alex , Cameroon, Yaonde

i have plan to business in cameron but i am fear about cheating and fraud and dont aware of cameron people but i really want to do business in cameron

@Adnan Dati, I'll advise you to come to Cameroon for a month and investigate the culture and Market where you want to invest. If not you'll be in big shock.
Martin , Cameroon, Yaonde

Please keep thrownig these posts up they help tons.
Lucinda ,

hi l want to start a business in cameroon, and l am currently loking for a shop in douala it has to be big or have an upstairs and downstairs could anyone help me thank you
harold tenang , uk

Hi Harold in UK, if you want to start a business in Douala. I would advise you to come to see the place yourself, don't rely on images or emails.
Kono , Cameroon, Douala

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Political in Cameroon

Politic in Cameroon

The national constitution was amended in 2008 to abolish Article 6-2, which bars the president from a third successive term. The dominance of the ruling Cameroon People's Democratic Movement (Rassemblement Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais) was confirmed in municipal elections, as it won in all six towns where voting was held. In addition, Nigeria returned control of the disputed Bakassi Peninsula to Cameroon on 14 August 2008 in Calabar, pursuant to a decision by the International Court of Justice. The situation in the peninsula remains troubled.

With the constitution amended, President Paul Biya, in power since 1982, could now run for re-election for another seven years when his term ends in 2011. The members of the new electoral council, Elections Cameroun (Elecam), created in 2007, have been appointed and sworn in. Decentralisation continued, with administrative regions replacing provinces.

Cost-of-living riots in February 2008 killed 40 people (according to official figures) in Yaounde and Douala, and hundreds were arrested. The president then decided to suspend import duties on basic commodities to keep prices down and gave government workers a 15 per cent pay rise.

A campaign against corruption and embezzlement of public funds continued in 2008 with the arrest of several top officials during a public morality campaign called Operation Sparrow Hawk (Opération Epervier). Trials of these officials are in progress, but the results of the campaign are mixed and Cameroon continues to lose ground in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index, falling three places in 2008 to 141st place among 180 countries.

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In this country election is just formality. If you are waiting for the change, you can wait forever. free advice
Etoo, Cameroon

It isn't election in my country just like etoo said it's formality
Gerami , Cameroon

The politic situation is not different from other African countries. That meant corruption, tribalism, ditactorship.
Davidson , England, Yaounde

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Usefull Information Cameroon

Top Hotels

  • Hilton Yaounde
  • Hotel Franco Yaounde Cameroon
  • Djeuga Palace

Top restaurants

  • Cafe de Yaounde
  • Calafatas
  • Chez Woua

Place to visit

  • Benedictine Museum of Mont-Febe
  • National Museum of Yaounde (Le Musee National de Yaounde)
  • Limbe Botanic Garden

Internet Access

  • Cameroon is one of the many countries in the world where access to the Internet is difficult.
  • Less than 1 percent of the population has Internet access. This is an abysmal figure for a country with a literacy rate of 82 percent.
  • The very few people that do have some access to the Internet depend on a small number of Internet Service Providers (ISP) whose services are rather expensive, shoddy and severely restricted to small geographic zones.

Not to miss to see

  • Benedictine Museum of Mont-Febe
  • National Museum of Yaounde (Le Musee National de Yaounde)
  • Limbe Botanic Garden
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Please come visit my beautfull time town of Doula. For internet users will need to patiennt because do not fast connection.

It's very nice place was there.
Joao Pedro

The place is beautfull love it.
John Better

internet is very important for business so if i interested to do business in cameron so how it is possible not to use business

Sorry Adnan Dati, If you want do business in some part of Africa, still not have fast connection on internet. Do to business here in one word" Patient". good Luck

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