The Republic of Cameroon is a country located in the central western part of the African continent. The neighboring countries of the country are Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and 402 km of coastline and Atlantic Ocean. The area is; 465,458 km2. The country's capital is Yaoundé.
Cameroon Area Code: +237
Cameroon's Currencies: CFA franc, Central African CFA Franc
Cities of Cameroon: Yaounde and Douala are two important cities.
Cameroon's economy is based on agriculture. Among the most important products of the country is cocoa. In addition, coffee, cotton, banana, rice, rubber is also grown to be sold out. It is also grown in sesame, tea, spices, sugar cane, corn and potatoes. In the middle of the country there are herds of cattle.
Cameroon Exports Products
Since one third of the land of Cameroon is covered with forests, plenty of timber is obtained. An average of 12 million cubic meters of timber is produced annually.
In the Atlantic Ocean and inland waters in Cameroon, an average of 70,000 tons of fish are caught per year.
Cameroon's industry has developed in recent years. There is an aluminum factory where the extracted bauxite is processed. In addition, there are cement, sugar, soap, shoes, foodstuffs and cigarette factories. The oil economy in recent years has accelerated.
Cameroon's foreign trade is generally good. Imports, export is more than in the last years, although the increase in oil revenues has closed this difference.
Crude Oil, Coffee, Cocoa Beans, Timber Wood, Gold and Banana.
Cameroon Imports Products
Crude Oil, Rice, Telephones, Packaged medicines and wheat.
Cameroon Exports Countries
Netherlands, Italy, India, China and United Arab Emirates.
Cameroon Imports Countries
China, France, Nigeria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Thailand.
The nations that live in Cameroon
Bandages form a large part of the people. There are around 200 tribes in 24 different languages in Cameroon.
Languages spoken in Cameroon
Official languages; French, English and native languages.