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Cameroon – Public Management: Cameroon will devote CFAF 16 billion to opening up agricultural, pastoral and tourism basins in 2017

Cameroon will devote CFAF 16 billion to opening up agricultural, pastoral and tourism basins in 2017
Written by Deckson N.

At the end of the 15th session of the National Tourism Council, held on 31 January 2017 in Yaounde by Prime Minister Philemon Yang, it was decided that for 2017 the Cameroonian government will allocate CFAF 16 billion for the opening up of the basins of agricultural, pastoral and tourist production.

Some of the selected sites include the Ebogo area in the Nyong and So’o division, the Oudjila camp in Mayo Sava, the Petonoun lake in the Noun, the Awing lake in the Mezam, the site Man O’War Bay-Bimbia-Dikolo, in the Ndian …

In the context of the exchanges, the members of the Council welcomed the significant actions carried out by the Government with regard to the rehabilitation of the Douala airport in 2016. They expressed the need to clarify the rate and the methods of collection and Payment of the newly established residence tax in the Finance Act 2017.

The Minister of Tourism, Bello Bouba Maigari, recalled that the development of tourist sites of regional and national interest has continued and several leisure infrastructures are being completed. Among them, the Ebolowa recreation park, the Lagdo and Maga water resorts and the holiday village of Buea.

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