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                  CEMAC
The CEMAC zones comes at the sixth rank of the country’s trading partners in 2016, despite the drop in its importance in trade (3.3% against 3.6% in 2015). The trade surplus narrowed by 7.3 bil- lion to 96.7 billion. The surplus with Gabon drops
by 3.8 billion, that with Chad by 4.6 billion.
The main products exported are: food prepara- tions (12.5 billion), fuels and lubricants (2.5 bil- lion), raw and sawn wood (1.2 billion). The main imported goods are liquefied butane (20.1 billion) and crude petroleum oils (11 billion).
Main bilateral customers of Cameroon
2015
WEIGHT IN IMPORTS % RANK
Netherland 16,3 1
Italy 9,1 8
India 15,6 2
Spain 5,2 5
China 12,5 3
           France
Belgium
South Africa
Malaysia
USA
MAIN SUPPLIERS
5,1 6
4,8 7
1,2 16
1,8 13
2,0 12
2016
WEIGHT IN IMPORTS % RANK
14,9 1
11,7 2
10,8 3
9,3 4
6,8 5
6,4 6
6,0 7
3,8 8
3,1 9
2,9 10
Source : MINFI/DAE
followed by France (11.3%), Nigeria (8.5%), Thailand (4.3%) and Togo (4.1%). Togo supplies fuel and lubricants for 125 billion, after 134 bil- lion in 2015.
    In 2016, China remained Cameroon’s greatest supplier with 20.4% of purchase. She is
Cameroon’s main suppliers
2015
WEIGHT IN IMPORTS % RANK
China 22,4 1
France 11,8 3
Nigeria 14 2
Thailand 4,7 4
German 4,2 7
Spain 2,8 10
USA 4,3 5
India 4,2 6
Japan 3,0 9
THE ONE-STOP SHOP FOR FOREIGN TRADE TRANSACTIONS - GUCE
Created on July 7, 1999, the One-Stop Shop for Foreign Trade Transactions is responsible for sim- plifying and reducing the time-limits for exit and border crossing of goods at the Douala Port.
It came to being thanks to the will of the State and economic operators, with the support
 2016
WEIGHT IN IMPORTS % RANK
20,4 1
11,3 2
8,5 3
4,3 4
3,8 6
3,7 7
3,4 8
3,04 9
3,00 10
Source : MINFI/DAE
and help from the European Union through the STABEX funds.
Right in the heart of the port of Douala, the One- Stop Shop for Foreign Trade Transactions gathers within a single enclosure all participants involved in the procedures regarding imports and exports. In the maritime business centre in Douala, you now find brought together several bankers
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