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Cameroon-EU: Finance experts examine EPA impact

Alamine Ousmane Mey, Economy minister ©All rights reserved

The impact of the Economic Partnership Agreement, EPA, signed between Cameroon and the European Union, EU, on the country’s public finance as well as a tool that will enable government keep tab on state accounts has come under review in a workshop in Yaoundé.

The exercise falls within the context of Cameroon’s exigencies for a modern economy.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Alamine Ousmane Mey, Cameroon’s Finance Minister said the study will serve as a guide to sustainably optimise the mobilisation of internal revenue that the economy can generate. He added that the instruments which monitors the impact of the EPA on public finance takes into account the list of products that are liberalise following the terms of the August 2016 agreement whose life span is 15 years.

mm Published on 01.08.2022

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