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A consortium formed by the French companies RTE and Nodalis and the U.S. firm PwC will finalize the accounting separation of the assets of the Cameroonian electricity distribution network managed by Eneo and their transfer to the new national electricity distribution company (Sonatrel) at the latest in December 2017. The objective is to modernize the distribution network, the weak link in the electricity sector.
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|| For over 60 years now, the two countries have moved places in trade and investment, but they could do better. Economic co-operation between Cameroon and the USA dates as far back as 60 years with much to show in terms of mutually-beneficial trade, investment and the improvement of the business climate. Although statistics show that trade between the two countries over the years has been negative for Cameroon, as it imports more than it exports to USA, the exchanges have however been stable.
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The membership is open to All citizens and all firms and corporations in good standing interested in the objectives of the Chamber. AmChamCAM speaks for American companies committed to Cameroon on trade, investment and competitiveness issues. It aims to ensure a growth-orientated business and investment climate in Cameroon. AmChamCam facilitates the resolution of issues that impact business and plays a role in creating better understanding of Cameroon and USA positions on business matters.
AmChamCam include some the worlds largest, most prestigious U.S. companies, law firms and public affairs consultancies in its membership. There are international corporations represented as well.
As a member of AmChamCam you will:
Join forces with the leading industry organisation in Cameroon;
Have access to decision-makers and influencers in Cameroon and throughout the Central Africa through meetings and events organised;
Network and share expertise with over 100 fellow business professionals;
Develop your influence in and knowledge of the policy areas important to your business; AmChamCam offers a wide range of committees, working groups and task forces in which you can participate;
Stay informed on current issues through the members only section of the website which offers fast and extensive access to important information including position statements, press releases and other reports;
||The Central Africa Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) has once more pondered on some of the issues that need to be addressed in order to enhance its development. This year, on the occasion of the eighth edition of what has become known as CEMAC days, which stretched from March 10 through 16, reflections centred on the theme; “Natural Resources: Stakes and Challenges.”
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