Cameroon Economic Newsletter Special Edition June 2013

cameroon_economic_newsletter_thumbnailA special edition of Cameroon Economic Newsletter for June 2013 has been released. This special edition currently published on our website in French language, focuses on Yaoundé as the host capital for the 24th June and 25th June 2013 First Summit of Heads of State and Government, on the very sensitive issue of Maritime safety in the Gulf of Guinea.

It is reported that the Extensive Geographic program for a wide maritime space, covers ten countries, namely: Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Sao Tome and Principe, Congo Brazzaville and Angola.

Among the total of 26 countries taking part, was a dozen of countries and highly interested observers for example: Germany, Belgium, Brazil, China, the United States, Russia, France, Great Britain and Japan.
In the Special Edition of Cameroon Economic Newsletter for June 2013, you will also learn that beyond geography, the Gulf of Guinea was in a political prism, perceived as the space which includes two major sub-regions of Central Africa and West Africa.

Other Sub Headlines include:

– Limbe Shipyard
– The Kribi Industrial-complex
– The Kribi Natural GAZ plant
– Autonomous Port of Douala
– Expansion of the SONARA project
– Gulf of Guinea: Security at sea…
– Cameroon: A preferred destination in the Gulf of Guinea

Please read all the above stories in the June Special Edition of Cameroon Economic Newsletter 2013.

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