The Republic of Cameroon has issued a $750 million eurobond,
joining the long list of African nations tapping the market in
The inaugural issuance has come seemingly just in time to
take advantage of record-low rates across the majority of
Europe and rest of the world.
Until now the government had offered notes on a domestic or
bilateral basis, but those close to the deal say that this is
only the beginning of Cameroon’s journey to
becoming a more regular issuer as it looks to both diversify
and further develop its economy.
"The international capital markets are perfectly placed to
fit that purpose,"...