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Cameroon welcomes a delegation of British investors

Cameroon welcomes a delegation of British investors
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 02 February 2023 16:16

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon welcomed this week a delegation of British economic operators, who came to explore investment opportunities in the country. 

According to sources, during these meetings, British investors showed particular interest in the electricity sector, road construction, the development of agricultural projects, etc. The mission was organized by the British agency Developing Market Associates and is a logical follow-up to the UK-Francophone West and Central Africa Trade and Investment Forum, which took place in October 2022 in London.

Let’s note that Cameroon has also recently received a delegation of Algerian investors. Numerous new contracts are therefore in the pipeline.


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