What U.S. Economic Sanctions Mean For Cameroon’s Ailing Economy

The decision of the US President to cut-off Cameroon from the African Growth and opportunity Act, AGOA, due to continuous human rights violation by the Government will deprive Cameroon of […]

Commonwealth Finance Ministers Want Digital Trade Taxed

Commonwealth finance ministers have resolved that member countries should levy taxes on digital commerce to tackle debt. According to the ministers, global trade has intensified, but paradoxically, global debt has […]

Addax Petroleum Cameroon Staff Decorated With Labour Medals

The Minister of Labour and Social Security, Gregoire Owona, Friday, October 18, decorated some 54 employees of Addax Petroleum Cameroon Company S.A. with labour medals. At a massively-attended ceremony at […]

The World Must Not Sleep-Walk Into Another Debt Crisis-Commonwealth Secretary-General

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any previously experienced. […]

Commonwealth Finance Ministers To Discuss Prevention Of Future Debt Crises

By Andrew Nsoseka Finance ministers of Commonwealth countries will meet in Washington D.C., beginning on 17 October 2019 to discuss coordinated interventions to prevent future debt crises. The meeting to […]

Fresh Attack On CDC Leaves Six Injured, Four Abducted

By Andrew Nsoseka Armed fighters have again attacked workers of the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, abducting four workers and injuring six others during the surprise attack. In a statement issued […]

African Leaders Launch Game-changing Continental Free Trade Zone

By Njodzeka Danhatu The operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area, dubbed AfCFTA, has been launched. This is contained in a press release signed July 7, which Atlantic […]