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Cameroon Markets Investment Potentials in Sri Lanka

Cameroon Markets Investment Potentials in Sri Lanka
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 28 November 2013 13:01

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon’s Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) recently took part in the Commonwealth Business Forum (CBF) in Colombo – Sri Lanka, to sell the country’s rich investment potentials to potential investors.

The theme was, “Partnership for Wealth Creation and Social Development.’’ Reports say Cameroon’s delegation to the event comprised officials of the Ministry of Trade, Ministry of External Relations and the Ministry of Mines, Industries and Technological Development, as well as some private sector businessmen and senior officials of the Investment Promotion Agency Cameroon (IPA), such as Dr. Diane Acha Morfaw (Board Chair) and Boma Donatus (Deputy General Manager), among others.

IPA’s Deputy General Manager in a presentation during the forum focused on “Doing Business in Cameroon,” spelt out the country’s rich and varied potentials. On exhibition and display were useful investment data by the Investment Promotion Agency Cameroon which also showcased Cameroon’s rich investment potentials to the over 1,500 participants and potential investors from 56 countries across the world.

According to Cameroon Tribune, investors who were interested in doing business in the country had the opportunity to have firsthand information from the delegation during various exchanges. Well above 70 business people from the sectors of infrastructure, energy, mining and agriculture attended an IPA luncheon event chaired by Mohan, Chairman of the Commonwealth Business Council, flanked by guest speakers from the Standard Chartered Bank board.

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