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   ı Finance
MINISTRIES
PUBLIC ORGANS
ı Agency for the Promotion of Investments (API)
ı Directorate of industrial development
ı Directorate of foreign economic and financial control ı Directorate of economic and technical cooperation
ı Directorate of taxes
ı Directorate of customs
ı CTPL
ı Management unit for investment code
ı Agency for the promotion of investments
ı Agency for the promotion of exports
ı GUCE
ı National office of industrial free zones
ı MAGZI
ı In charge of Relations with the Commonwealth
ı In charge of Relations with the Islamic World
ı Industries, Mines and Technological Development
ı Economy, Planning, Development Programming and Territorial Management
ı External Relations
SOCIO-PROFESSIONAL ORGANS
ı Order of Accountants of Cameroon
ı Order of barristers of Cameroon
ı Groupement interpatronal du Cameroun
ı Chamber of commerce, industry, mines and crafts of Cameroon
ı Movement of Cameroonian Entrepreneurs (MECAM)
ı Cameroon Companies (E CAM)
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                  LES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUN
FAVOURABLE CONDITIONS TO INVESTMENT
• The economy has enjoy a growth rate of 5% for some years, which has to increase
• Democratic institutions and the political stability make of Cameroon a country where the risk concerning investment of minimal
• Its geographical location between west and cen- tral Africa, gives it a unique statistic position in terms of trade exchanges. It gives access to several central African countries and some regions of Nigeria
• Its extension of 1200 km gives it a great variety of natural potentials
• It has abundant and qualified labour, which is cheap and endowed with a great adaptation and ini- tiative capacity which is indispensable for companies
• Cameroon has a diversified industrial fabric in expansion, presenting a permanent network of sub contracts
• It has a regulatory and legislative frame which gives freedom to invest and the free transfer of indus- trial and commercial benefits as well as salaries
• It has numerous natural resources (petroleum, gas, bauxite, iron, nickel, wood) and agricultural products (cocoa, coffee, cotton, banana, hevea, palm oil, pineapple)
• It has a vast privatisation programme of public and para public companies whose list is detailed in the chapter of privatisation
REGULATION OF PUBLIC CONTRACTS
In order to make public contracts transparent, Cameroon adopted in June 2000 a new regula- tion of public contracts. The most salient points are the following:
• The fractioning of public contracts is forbidden. Authors of established markets in violation of this regulation are likely to be sanctioned
• An independent observer recruited by a call for tender by the authority ion charge of public contracts must participate in the sessions of the commissions for the market and sub commissions of analysis.
• A consultancy of international renown must realise later, Audits covering all markets greater than CFA 500 million, and 25% of markets inclu- ded between CFA 30 Million and 500 Million, chosen randomly.
• Every public order must be subject to a large consultation of eventual service providers through the competition procedure.
MAIN INTERLOCUTORS OF INVESTORS
In Cameroon, there are many structures to receive investors. To optimise your contacts, we suggest below a first list of main actors. They shall give you all the support you need to realise in the best conditions, your investment projects. You shall find their addresses and a list of ministries, and organs in the chapter on practical information.
Main Interlocutors
 


















































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