Cameroon says it will create over 13,000 direct and 20,000 indirect jobs by 2025, ten years before the Emergence vision stated by President Biya. The information was released in Yaounde at the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training during an occasion effectuating a partnership accord signed between the Ministry and a rubber production company known in its French Acronym as SUDCAM.
The partnership agreement was signed during a ceremony grouping the Minister of Vocational Training Zacharie Perevet, the president of GMS International, Director General of SUDCAM and the Inspector Genaral at the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training. According to the agreement, the SUDCAM company will have to invest over 430 billion FCFA by 2025. SUBCAM will also create a network of actors in the rubber cultivation sector.