Overview of Cameroon
Cameroon has a population of about 27.75 million people and it is the 24th (475,442km2) largest country in Africa in terms of land mass. It is the 95th largest economy in the world, 14th in Africa and it is classified as a lower-middle in some country.
It is located in the Central African region, surrounded by countries like Nigeria, Equatorial guinea, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Chad and the Bight of Biafra with a coastline of 402km. The sales of Crude gold (39.6%), Cocoa bean (16%) and Sawn wood (10.8%) accounts for about 60% of its
Cameroon is among the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC) countries which includes countries like Gabon, Chad, Republic of Congo, and Equatorial Guinea. Cameroon has a coastline, hence, goods will be shipped into the country through the port, the market opportunities and the demographics of the country has made this African market to become a place to explore by African exporters under AfCFTA.