Cameroon has a strong agricultural sector, with commercial cultivation of coffee, sugar, tobacco, bananas, cocoa, rubber and tea. Faltering oil production and a sharp decline in global crude oil prices will cause Cameroon's current account deficit to widen over the coming years. Instability may spread to the country’s economically dominant south as Nigeria-based Boko Haram continues to launch attacks in northern Cameroon.
We keep our clients informed of the latest market moves and political developments in Cameroon, as part of our 'top-down' and 'bottom-up' perspective. Clients also benefit from in-depth analysis on eight of Cameroon’s most important industries. We provide interactive data and forecasting alongside detailed and risk-assessed analysis from our results-proven research teams. Our aim is to keep you ahead of the curve, so you can feel confident doing business in Cameroon.