Cameroon Special

Cameroon, rising as an investment destination

As part of its plan to become an emerging nation by 2035, Cameroon is launching a number of major projects that will completely modernize the country. InFocus Reports speaks to Alamine Ousmane Mey, Cameroon's Minister of Finance to find out what is being done to attract the investment needed to reach this goal.

Sustainable management of natural resources crucial

Environmental protection, sustainable development and natural resources preservation are some of the fundamental pre-requisites and challenges that feature in Cameroon's "Vision 2035". As President Paul Biya emphasized, Cameroon's environmental challenge is to "preserve the green lung of the planet while ensuring forestry revenues at the same time".

Camtel shines the light on ICT development

Chinese funding and know-how has brought this local telco to the fore in Central Africa

Creolink: Setting the standard in service

Dynamic and ambitious, Creolink Communications is the industry pioneer setting the standard for innovation and excellence in Cameroon's emerging telecoms sector. Since its launch in 2001 by CEO Joseph Mbock, Creolink Communications has built a reputation for first class customer service and was the first telecoms company in sub-Sahara Africa to offer clients triple play services - telephone, television and Internet.

Local firms help build a 21st century nation

Diversification is the watchword for the companies making Cameroon modern

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