Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth in Cameroon

Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth in Cameroon

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This comprehensive review of Cameroon's development policies since the 1970s-including public finance, privatization, trade, infrastructure, and governance-finds that Cameroon's malaise is due less to a lack of resources than to an inability to sustain reforms and to implement growth-enhancing policies. While the government's strategies have been sound, this volume argues that an qadministrative inertiaq has set in. This study makes a number of key recommendations to overcome this inertia, enhance cohesion and consistency in government actions, strengthen capacity to effectively execute programs, and hence increase development outcomes for Cameroon.In 2005, the Government updated its personnel file, which led to the elimination of about 3, 000 so-called ghost employees. ... An independent audit of domestic debt was undertaken, and a new debt service schedule for 2006 and beyond isanbsp;...

Title:Sustaining Reforms for Inclusive Growth in Cameroon
Author: Florence Charlier, Charles N'cho-Oguie
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2009

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