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Cameroon posts a 4.1% growth in 2011, confirms recovery

Cameroon posts a 4.1% growth in 2011, confirms recovery
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Boosted as always by exportations of raw materials including forestry products, hydrocarbons, cocoa, coffee, cotton and rubber, the Cameroonian economy realised in 2001 a growth of 4.1 percent of the GDP, a sign of a marked progression of the recovery started in 2010, official figures have revealed.



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