Investments in Cameroon

President Paul Biya has made it possible for persons wishing to open companies in Cameroon to take less time in doing so, now it takes a maximum of 2 working days to get a company registered in Cameroon; it’s a reality now in Cameroon

President Paul Biya meets Turkish business delegation at Unity Palace

The President created The Cameroon Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA), CIPA’S mission, in collaboration with other authorities, as well as other public and private bodies, is to contribute to the development and implementation of government policy in the field of investments promotion in Cameroon.

President Paul Biya and Chinese investors at the Unity Palace in Yaounde

As such, its responsibilities include: promoting the image of Cameroon abroad; participating in the improvement of an enabling environment for investments in Cameroon; proposing measures to attract investors in Cameroon as well as improving the implementation of sectoral codes; establishing a database of projects for potential investors.