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The capital city of Cameroon and main shipping port is Douala and other major towns and cities include Yaounde, Garoua, Kousseri, Bamenda, Maroua, Bafoussam, Mokolo, Ngaoundere, Bertoua, Edea, Loum, Kumba, Nkongsamba and Mbouda.
The leading industries in Cameroon include: timber, aluminium, tyre, fertiliser, tannery, pulp and paper complexes; whilst the main exports of Cameroon are cocoa, timber, cotton, aluminium, petroleum, coffee.
Some of the best business investments and exporting opportunities in Cameroon include solar power, renewable energy, fashion, lifestyle, FMCG, internet, mobile, ICT, IT, heavy machinery, building, construction and civil engineering materials and equipment. Read more on best Cameroon business investments
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Cameroon gained its independence in 1960. Its mineral deposits include: limestone, gold, iron, aluminium, bauxite, and iron. Its principal crops are: peanuts, rubber, palm oil, millet, beans, corn, and sorghum.
Cameroun occupies an area of 465, 547 square kilometres. It is bordered by Equatorial Guinea, Chad, the Central African Republic, The Congo, and Nigeria.
It is heavily forested with dense tropical vegetation, with 15% of its total land being reserved for farming. It has two rivers – the Sanaga to the south, and the Benue to the west.
However, the economy has a strong agriculture base. The dense forests are conservation areas for wildlife, and rare trees for research. The climate is tropical, with average temperature at 820F or 280C. Cameroon is shaped like a triangle.
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