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Cameroon and South Africa organizes an economic forum to boost trade exchanges

Cameroon and South Africa organizes an economic forum to boost trade exchanges
  • Comments   -   Friday, 21 June 2019 15:40

(Business in Cameroon) - On June 18-19, 2019, Douala hosted an economic and commercial forum that gathered officials and economic operators from Cameroon and South Africa.

According to the organizers, this meeting was aimed at presenting the two countries’ potentials and explore opportunities to boost their trade exchanges.

According to the South African High Commission in Cameroon, trade exchanges between the two countries reached XAF50 billion in 2017.

That year, Cameroon exported a little more than XAF30 billion worth of goods to South Africa. The rainbow country, on the other hand, shipped  XAF20 billion of goods to Cameroon.


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