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Multi-Sector Trade Mission to Cameroon

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Event Date and Time: 
05/26/2013 (All day) - 05/30/2013 (All day)

Agriculture, Aviation, Bridges, Transportation, Construction Mining, Telecommunication, Transportation, & More

Cameroon is the largest economy in the six-nation Central African Economic and Monetary. Cameroon has a wealth of natural resources, ample labor force, and enviable location between large markets in Nigeria and Central Africa. The IMF notes that Cameroon boasts one of the highest per capita GDPs (by purchasing power parity) and a well-educated and untapped labor force in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2012, Ex-Im Bank authorized $1.5 billion to support U.S. exports to sub-Saharan Africa  $1.4 billion in loan guarantees, $93 million in export-credit insurance, and $38 million in working capital guarantees.

Target business sectors

  • Agriculture

  • Mining

  • Transportation,

  • Energy & Water

  • Oil and Gas

  • Telecommunication


  • Welcome reception at U.S. Ambassador’s residence

  • Pre-screened one-on-one meetings with potential partners, distributors, and buyer

  • Pre-mission assessment of the Cameroon market and in-country briefings

  • Access to Cameroon and US business officials

  • Meetings with U.S. Commercial Service industry specialists from U.S. Embassy Cameroon

  • Business counseling with U.S. Commercial Service

  • industry specialists from U.S. Embassy Cameroon

  • Pre-departure briefings and more

Services include:

  • Matchmaking with prospective partners and buyers

  • Business service support: on-site guides, travel logistics, ground support, security and interpreters

  • Complete day-by-day itinerary

  • Hotel accommodations, gratuity and most meals

  • Land transportation in Cameroon & business site visits

  • International airfare and Visa fees

For more information, contact:
Mike Njimini, President
African Chamber of the Mid-South
Phone: (901) 229-5696

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