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Located in Central Africa, Cameroon welcomes expatriates experiencing a new life in a diverse culture. Its economy is one of the most diversified in the region, due to foreign companies operating in the country and its economic partnerships with developed nations.

Living in Cameroon is an option that expats wishing to invest, work or do an internship have already chosen, thus discovering "Africa in miniature".

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Like many African countries, Cameroon also has modern telecommunication technologies including land lines, mobile and internet networks.

Cameroon hosts many universities and other higher education institutions. You can choose among these if you wish to study there.

Specific conditions apply to foreigners wishing to work in Cameroon. However, the country's labor market is quite open.

Workers in Cameroon have to pay income tax. This tax is levied at a rate of 10 to 35% depending on the worker's income.

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