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Évaluation de risque Cameroun

GAOMBALET, Célestin Guy-Serge (2020): Évaluation de risque Cameroun.

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This note, intended for cross-border and national investors like banks, companies, financial markets, large national and international institutions aims to answer the multiple questions on the decision-making to intervene or not in this country with lower middle income (PRITI). To paraphrase Meunier and Sollogoub (2005), it also aims to anticipate macroeconomic, financial and socio-political weaknesses, likely to impact financial and commercial operations in Cameroon. Thus, as part of this study of the applied international economy, several variables (economic, financial, business environment, etc.) were used. The analysis process led to the conclusion that, apart from the weakness of the indicator linked to the control of corruption in the public sector and security problems in certain regions of the country, Cameroon is the one of the few countries in Africa where the economy is the most resilient.

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