Cameroon – Trade: Trade between Cameroon and Morocco reached 61 billion FCFA in 2016

Written by Deckson N.

According to statistics from the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Crafts (Ccima) of Cameroon, trade between the economic locomotive of the Cemac countries and the Kingdom of Morocco peaked at 61 billion CFA francs this year.

The information was revealed during a meeting between officials of Ccima and Moroccan economic operators, gathered in the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Morocco (CFCIM), on a prospecting mission in Cameroon.

“The Moroccans want to create partnerships with Cameroonian companies and, in the long term, to establish themselves in Cameroon (…) The sectors of activity we target are among others agri-food, construction and public works ), Electricity, mining, etc., “said Amal Belkhemmar, the head of the delegation.

For the time being, Cameroon’s exports to Morocco are made up of products such as wood, cotton, fresh bananas, coffee and cocoa; While Morocco is exporting cardboard, electrical equipment and fertilizers to Cameroon.

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