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Economy, Forestry and Fishing

teak, mahogany, Timber, ebony

Timber is traditionally one of Cameroon’s most valuable exports, consisting mainly of mahogany, ebony, and teak. The timber cut in 2000 amounted to 15.3 million cu m (540 million cu ft). Fishing is dominated by freshwater subsistence activity. However, deep-sea fishing activity is increasing, especially from the port of Douala. Some 89,055 metric tons of fish are caught annually.



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