Cameroon Country Risk Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Cameroon Country Risk Report

Cameroon Country Risk Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Cameroon Country Risk Report
Published Jul 23, 2015
35 pages — Published Jul 23, 2015
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-). In his inaugural speech he renewed his promise to eliminate the Islamist militant group Boko Haram (also known as Islamic State s West African Province or ISWAP), which he described as a mindless, godless group, who are as far away from Islam as one can think. However, within hours of this speech the ter- rorist organisation launched a series of attacks in the north-east of Nigeria. ...Meanwhile, Islamist insurgents also raided two small towns, Galda and Fika in neighbouring Yobe province, on May -- and --. The attacks reinforce our view that while the group has been depleted by enhanced military action by Nigeria as well as its partners in the region, Boko Haram remains an effective fighting force, but has been degraded to such an extent that it is incapable of taking control of vast swathes of territory in order to establish an African caliphate . As evidenced by the incidents following Buhari s inauguration, the group is still capable of carrying out conventional terrorist attacks such as bombings (suicide, car or otherwise) as well as brief forays into towns and villages in order to spread fear and intimidation. ...We have previously highlighted that the Nigerian government (then led by former President Goodluck Jonathan) would not want foreign forces operating on Nigerian soil for a significant amount of time for fear of appearing weak ahead of the presi- dential election (see Joint Assault A Positive Step, But Not Cure All , March -). But with elections now out of the way, and a more military-minded commander-in-chief in place, we believe a more united effort will prove conducive to reining in Boko

...Chapter -: Political outlook - sWot analysis - Bmi Political risk index - foreign Policy - regional Coordination and military nous to Constrain Boko Haram < ALACRA META ABSTRACT>Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari faces a stern challenge in fulfilling his pre-election pledge to defeat Islamist militants Boko Haram, following a series of attacks in the immediate aftermath of his inauguration on May --. Buhari s military experience will see a more coordinated domestic and regional campaign waged against the group, which will revert to conventional terrorist attacks. ...Buhari s military experience will see a more coordinated domestic and regional campaign waged against the group, which will revert to conventional terrorist attacks. Chapter -: economic outlook -- sWot analysis -- Bmi economic risk index -- economic activity -- Growth to remain on Course despite oil sector Despite oil sector woes, economic growth in Cameroon will remain robust over the coming years supported by major infrastructure investment and a large, expanding consumer segment. fiscal Policy -- Borrowing to Buttress spending as revenues soften Showing no sign of reining in its ambitious capital spending plans amid falling oil revenues, the government of Cameroon will see its fiscal balance deteriorate over the coming years and its debt burden increase. ...Chapter -: ---Year forecast -- the Cameroon economy to ---- -- trend Growth Will accelerate Economic growth in Cameroon will slow in ---- due to a weak oil sector, but the country s long-term outlook is bright. Private consumption, agricultural output, and capital investment will lift real GDP growth to an average of -.- between ---- and ----.

...The political system s democratic credentials are limited, and power is held by a relatively small group, increasing the risk of a violent transition of power. There is no governmental separation of powers, with both the leg- islature and the judiciary subordinated to the executive. ...

  
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