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                   PERIOD
WORDING
Passengers (nomber)
- Arrival
- Departure
Lugage and freight (tons)
- Arrival
- Departure
Turnover (millions)
2015
(a)
1 312 126
644 695 667 331 24 994 12 265 12 729 9 913
1ER Half 2014
1ER Half
2017
(d)
644 647
308 325 336 322 11 157 4 504 6 653 4 666
ESTIMATES
2017*
(e)
1 287 084
635 833 651 251 24 831 11 626 13 205 12 418
VARIATIONS (%)
(c)(a) (d)(b) (e)(c)
-5,7 24,4 4,1
-4,8 29,4 3,6 -6,7 20,1 4,5 -7,8 12,9 7,8 -10,5 -5,4 6,0 -5,2 29,9 9,4 0,6 21,8 24,5
*Estimates - Source ADC
Development of air traffic
 2016
(b)
518 381
238 281 280 100 9 883 4 761 5 122 3 830
2016
(c)
1 236 965
614 029 622 936 23 038 10 972 12 066 9 972
             LES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUN
Besides, with China as Africa’s largest trading part- ner henceforth, Camair-Co should make use of its ideal position in Central Africa and develop a pro- fitable link towards China for the implementation of the bilateral agreement of air services signed bet- ween the two countries on April 21, 2011.
MARITIME TRANSPORT
In 2016, maritime traffic increased by 0.9% compared to 2015. The tonnage of imported goods increased by 1.5%, and that of expor- ted goods decreased by 0.6%. Turnover grew by 5.7%.
In the first half of 2017, and year-on-year, ton- nage of goods decreased by 3.8%.
This is due to the 2.4% increase in export ton- nage and 5.7% decline in imported goods. Turnover is up 10.6%; it would increase by 9.1% at the end of the year.
THE PORTS OF CAMEROON
Cameroonian ports are the country’s main exit and entry gate for foreign trade. As such, 95% of the trade passes through it. Activity in Cameroonian ports has increased by 12 million tons and above in 2017, for a turnover of more than 53 billion.
Cameroon has four autonomous ports including Douala, Limbe and Kribi at the bottom of the Gulf of Guinea and a river port, Garoua on the Benue.
THE AUTONOMOUS PORT OF DOUALA
For the time being, it represents more than 90% of the national maritime traffic, with more than 11 million tons in 2015, of which 75% tons under import, and 25 tons for export. About 3,300 ships land there over the year, among which nearly 1200 involving foreign sea-going; the remaining other 2100 ships under coastal
The administrative building complex of the Autonomous Port of Douala
















































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