Cameroon Reformation Party
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People today are struggling with spiralling debts, rising food and energy bills and unaffordable housing accomondation. 3 decade of complacency by the CPDM  Government has meant plummeting prices, falling growth, rising inflation and rising unemployment, CHILD POVERTY AND LABOUR.

We want to offer real help to the millions of families trying to make ends meet, so we will get wasteful government spending under control and give the economy a boost by cutting taxes for people from the bottom up. We will also crack down on big business and the super rich who exploit tax loopholes and do not pay their fair share. We want to strengthen the economy by requiring the Beac to take housing  into account when setting interest rates and we will effectively regulate the banking system to prevent irresponsible lending and business practices..Creat banking accounts to all cameroonians thus facilitating the velocity of circulation thus boosting the banking and private sector in cameroon.
Local product prices will be determined at home not abroad.


"We will support growth across the whole country, rewarding hard work and innovation in all of our industries. We understand that areas which rely on the public sector for jobs will need special help.

Economy - overview:

Because of its modest oil resources and favorable agricultural conditions, Cameroon has one of the best-endowed primary commodity economies in sub-Saharan Africa. Still, it faces many of the serious problems facing other underdeveloped countries, such as stagnating per capita income, a relatively inequitable distribution of income, a top-heavy civil service, and a generally unfavorable climate for business enterprise. International oil and cocoa prices have a significant impact on the economy. Since 1990, the government has embarked on various IMF and World Bank programs designed to spur business investment, increase efficiency in agriculture, improve trade, and recapitalize the nation's banks. The IMF is pressing for more reforms, including increased budget transparency, privatization, and poverty reduction programs.
GNI: US$21.8bn
GNI pc: US$1,150
GDP Growth: 3.3% p.a. 200408
Inflation: 2.2% p.a. 200408
Aid: 9.9% of GNI (2007)
External Debt PV: US$3.2bn (2010)
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