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Regional Economic Outlook 2019 - Central Africa
03/04/2019 17:09
Regional Economic Outlook 2019 - Central Africa
Central Africa Economic Outlook 2018
12/03/2018 13:27
Central Africa Economic Outlook 2018
This <em>Central Africa Economic Outlook </em>analyzes the recent economic situation and prospects for the region. Part I focuses on the evolution of key macroeconomic indicators, including GDP growth, in ation, scal and current account balances, terms of trade, employment, and inequality. It also assesses short- and medium-term economic prospects based on key economic fundamentals, including structural and policy factors. In addition, it investigates employment generation, looking in particular at whether growth has created jobs and reduced poverty and inequality. Part II focuses on development of the huge forest and timber resources in the Congo Basin, which could be an important driver of diversi cation, economic resilience, and green growth for the six countries in the basin. Inclusive and sustainable development of the sector can also reduce the vulnerability to external shocks linked to commodity price volatility that results from Central African countries’ heavy reliance on nonrenewable oil and mineral resources.Read more
Cameroon - Country results brief 2017
02/11/2017 12:11
Cameroon - Country results brief 2017
<p>Cameroon is the economic powerhouse &nbsp;of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC), accounting for nearly 40% of the region's gross domestic product (GDP). It has abundant natural resources, a diversified economic and industrial fabric and a prominent geographical location. With these potentialities, the country meets the challenges that arise on a daily basis and aims to reach the level of emerging countries by 2035. Produce and distribute more energy, modernize agriculture, develop the industrial sector, strengthening regional integration and improving the quality of life of Cameroonians by providing them with access to basic services are at the forefront of these challenges.</p> <p>AfDB, one of Cameroon's first partners, has been supporting its development efforts since 1972 and has funded more than US $ 2 billion worth of projects.</p> <p>The objective of this country brief on Cameroon is to present the country’s development progress over the past 10 years and AfDB’s contribution to the achievement of these results. In particular, the report focuses on the Bank’s High 5s: to light up and power Africa, feed Africa, industrialise Africa, integrate Africa, and improve the quality of life of the people of Africa. This report reviews these five priorities in the context of Cameroon using on a series of indicators from the AfDB Results Measurement Framework (RMF). Each of the first five chapters reviews one of the High 5s from the standpoint of Cameroon’s progress and more specifically in terms of AfDB support. Finally, Chapter 6 assesses how effectively the Bank manages its operations in Cameroon.</p>Read more
Working Paper 262 - Dysfonctionnements de l’offre de transport en Afrique: cas de Yaoundé
17/05/2017 14:27
Working Paper 262 - Dysfonctionnements de l’offre de transport en Afrique: cas de Yaoundé

Categories: Cameroon, Transport

Quarterly Thematic Review Central Africa- Structural Transformation in Central Africa - Issue N°2 - August 2013
21/10/2013 14:59
Quarterly Thematic Review Central Africa- Structural Transformation in Central Africa - Issue N°2 - August 2013
Quarterly Thematic Review Central Africa: Promoting Private Investment in Countries of the ECCAS - Issue N°1 - March 2013
03/04/2013 15:47
Quarterly Thematic Review Central Africa: Promoting Private Investment in Countries of the ECCAS - Issue N°1 - March 2013
Cameroon - 2010 - Country Profile
12/05/2010 00:00
Cameroon - 2010 - Country Profile

Categories: Cameroon

Working Paper 86 - A Review of Ex - ante Poverty Impact Assessments of Macroeconomic Policies in Cameroon and Ghana
11/07/2006 00:00
Working Paper 86 - A Review of Ex - ante Poverty Impact Assessments of Macroeconomic Policies in Cameroon and Ghana

Categories: Cameroon, Ghana

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