The opportunities in the region, coupled with increased efforts on integration and diversification has occasioned the birth of “non-resource” based partnerships, for investment in infrastructure, electricity, water, and agriculture.
The IMF and the US are warning on loans from China, claiming lack of transparency in terms of the loans and repayment options. There is need for expertise in transactional advisory to include refinancing and restructuring, especially in Central Africa.
There is no denying the complexity of doing business in the region. However, the cost of legal advisory in most cases, is cheaper than complex litigation in weak judicial systems
The concept of being risk adverse in Cameroon and the region is being catalogued and replaced by risk awareness and mitigation.
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