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Business in Douala, Cameroon

Foreign Trade in Douala (Wouri): economic capital of Cameroon

Douala is the economic capital of Cameroon (Central Africa)

  1. Douala represents 80% of the Cameroonian industrial activity
  2. Douala is a francophone city (76% of the population speak and understand French)
  3. Douala is also the economic capital of the region of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC): Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea and the Central African Republic
  4. The largest Cameroonian companies have their headquarters in Douala.
  5. The headquarters of the African Centre for Banana Research are in Douala
  6. Douala is the first city in the region to have a network of natural gas pipelines
  7. Almost all the Cameroonian ethnic groups are present in Douala
  8. Population of Douala: 3 million inhabitants (the largest Cameroonian city)
    1. 1999: 1.4
    2. 1987: 0.8
    3. 1954: 0.1

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  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
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  1. Cameroonian Region: Littoral (capital)
  2. Cameroonian Department: Wouri
  3. Climate of Douala: tropical
  4. 1472: the Portuguese (Fernando Po) arrive to Cameroon (Mont Cameroon).
  5. Arrival of the Spanish to Douala
  6. 1578: arrival of Douala from the Congo Basin, living with Bassas and akako.
  7. The main religion in Douala is Christianity.
  8. Douala = Ewalé, in the language of Douala, an ethnic group of the region.

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Littoral Region of Cameroon

  1. The capital of the Littoral Region of Cameroon is Douala
  2. Population of the Littoral Region of Cameroon: 2.5 million inhabitants

Contiguous Cameroonian regions:

  1. South-West
  2. West
  3. Centre
  4. South

Departments of the Littoral Region of Cameroon (capital):

  1. Moungo (Nkongsamba)
  2. Nkam (Yabassi)
  3. Sanaga-maritime (Édéa)
  4. Wouri (Douala)

Wouri department (Cameroon)

  1. Wouri department is in the Littoral Region of Cameroon.
  2. The capital of the Wouri department is Douala
  3. Population of the Wouri department: 1.5 million inhabitants
  4. Urban community of Douala

Transport and Logistics in Douala (Cameroon)

The port of Douala is the main port of Cameroon and one of the most important in Central Africa.

Port of Douala (Cameroon). Access to the Central African Republic and Chad

The port is located on the river mouth of the Wouri river (Gulf of Guinea)

The main export products of are Yaoundé are:

  1. Wood from Cameroon and the Central African Republic
  2. Fruits (bananas)
  3. Petroleum

Yaoundé International Airport

Trans-Cameroonian Railway (Camrail): Nkongsamba, Yaoundé, Douala, Bélabo and Ngaoundéré.

Distances from Yaoundé to:

  1. Douala: 229 kilometres (3 hours)
  2. Garoua: 1,198 kilometres (12 hours)
  3. Bamenda: 383 kilometres
  4. Marua: 1,404 kilometres (24 hours)
  5. Bafoussam: 266 kilometres (5 hours)
  6. Ngaoundéré: 930 kilometres (16 hours)

Yaoundé-Douala Road

Douala-Bangui Corridor

Ferries from Douala to Malabo and Bata (Equatorial Guinea)

Higher Education in Douala (Cameroon)

  1. University of Douala
  2. High School of Technical Education of Douala
  3. Catholic University Saint Jérôme of Douala
  4. University Institute of the Gulf of Guinea
  5. University Institute of the Coast
  6. Institute of Technology of Douala

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