I’m not a native English speaker, so I appreciate the fact that you should have read this far before I go on to describe the actual business aspect of doing business in Cameroon. My point is that you can’t just walk in a country and expect them to take you at face value.
In fact, a lot of people are wary of doing business in the local market. It is a place where there is no written law, no written contract, and no written contracts. So when a business comes in they still have to prove they are who they say they are. Not that this is an excuse to be an asshole, but it is a huge deterrent for local business.
I’ve been to Cameroon a few times. I’ve always seen it as a country where people are more interested in their own survival than in making money. It’s a country where if you are successful you can buy your way out of the country. I have a friend who has moved to Cameroon. He is a successful businessman and he likes it because it is a country where there is no law.
So far Ive only lived in the capital city of Yaoundé, but I can imagine a lot of the people who live in this town would have a hard time getting by in the US. I have heard some people say that the same applies to Cameroon. I also hear that there is a lot of corruption, and that the people in charge of government are not even really happy with the way things are. I also heard the same about Nigeria.
Corruption is a huge problem in the country. The economy has been growing at a rate of 6% per year, but that rate is expected to slow down. The government has said that things will only get worse if the economy continues to grow.
The people in charge of the government have a lot of power, but that doesn’t mean the government is happy with the way things are. I have heard that the president is very unhappy with the corruption situation. He does not feel that everyone is doing what he wants, and he does not feel that the people in power are doing anything.
There are many political forces that want to make the government act like they do not want the people in power to act like they do. For instance, the president wants to make the government act like they do not want anyone to do anything in Cameroon. The problem with this is that the government does what the president wants, and the people in power are allowed to do whatever they want.
Most of us don’t actually like what the government is doing in Cameroon, but we would never say that they should change that. We would instead say they should keep doing what they’re doing, but they shouldn’t be allowed to get away with it.
This is often the stance that many Cameroonians take when it comes to the government. We want an elected government that is accountable and responsive to us, not someone who gets away with whatever they want.
In this particular case though, there is a lot at stake. The government is corrupt and is trying to crush what little opposition exists in Cameroons democratic system. For the government to be able to accomplish this they need to keep a tight grip over the opposition and that includes keeping a firm grip on the people who are on the wrong side of the government. That is exactly why the government wants to crush the opposition and why they are using the courts to do it.