During the colonial era, the management of large plantations, for example, was principally owned by colonial masters, and the agriculture sector witnessed significant growth in the phenomenon of specialization.
This policy brief examines the nature of Cameroon and Nigeria's trade whilst illustrating the benefits of free trade on living standards, employment, and income inequality. It recommends that Cameroon and Nigeria cooperate on trade facilitation measures to increase the benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Area.
In Cameroon, revenue from taxes represents on average 17% of the national budget. It is therefore an important element of fiscal governance, influencing the level and quality of public expenditure.
The economic impact of COVID-19 will be broad-based, causing wages to fall due to social distancing and quarantine measures on the service sector. While communications and ICT-related sectors will be less...
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