Investissement Direct Etranger et Commerce Extérieur au Cameroun
Raymond EKODO, Samuel Cédric NKOT

The aim of this current paper is to analyze the impact of the foreign direct investment (FDI) on the foreign trade in Cameroon through an econometric approach. To attain this aim, the pattern used within the framework of this paper takes inspiration from the written of Madriaga (2010). The method in estimation is that of ordinary least squares. The results of the regression done show that FDI and the foreign trade in Cameroon are complementary, meaning that the FDI exercise a positive influence over the opening degree of the Cameroonian economy. In view of these reports, some of economical recommendations have been made in order to make more effective the attractively politics of FDI of Cameroon.

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