IMF Staff Initiates Discussion with Cameroon on an Economic Program Supported by the Fund

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An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team, led by Ms. Corinne Deléchat, visited Yaoundé from February 20 March 6, 2017, to hold discussions toward a three-year economic and financial program for Cameroon.

At the conclusion of the visit, Ms. Deléchat issued the following statement: “The IMF team and the Cameroonian authorities started discussing an economic program through 2019 that would lay out a path to sustained economic recovery and higher and more inclusive growth. The team follows the December 23 summit in Yaoundé, where CEMAC heads of state agreed that a resolute and concerted effort to preserve macroeconomic stability in the region was necessary, and to initiate discussions with the IMF and other development partners as part of a path toward the resolution of the region’s economic challenges.



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