Cameroon Business Forum


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Cameroon Business Forum

The Cameroon Business Forum is a public-private sector dialogue mechanism put in place to strive for the improvement of the business climate. Initiated jointly by the Cameroon Government and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank Group that provides its technical assistance to the State for a proper ownership in the long-term of this consultation platform. [...] Read More

Word from the Prime Minister, Head of Government

Photo du PM The State is an actor to be reckoned with as far as economic activity is concerned. In this light, it must be concerned about the business climate and creating conditions for a competitive market through legislation and rules/regulations it enacts. [...] Read More

Monitoring and Evaluation Committee

The Cameroon Business Forum has a Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MEC). This organ is chaired by the Secretary-general at the Prime Minister’s Office while the Minister for the Economy, Planning and Regional Development is the deputy chairperson.
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The International Finance Corporation grants CFAF 110 billions to Cameroon

Energy sector: priority commitment of the World Bank Group in Cameroon for the year 2012. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is one of the financial partners of the Kribi Power Development Company (KPDC) with a stake in the Kribi gas-fired power plant, a project estimated at CFAF173.2 billion; a 216 megawatts minimum generation project that […]

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Imminent tarring of the Manki-Mape Bridge stretch of road

The tender for the selection of the company that would execute works has been launched. The 25.1 km long Manki-Mapé Bridge stretch of road situated in the West Region falls under national highway No.6. The tarring of this section and the construction of bridges on the Mvi and Mapé is the purpose of this international […]

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