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Obviously, the year 1945 can be recognised in this work as the beginning of the industrial adventure of Cameroon. Thus, the period of this essay can be structured into three cycles: 1945 to 1985, during which the economic potential of the country flourished to reach the heights of Africa's industrialised nations. This hope faded between 1986 and 2009 due to a poor industrial governance; and since 2010, the announced Emergence perspective has been receding due to economic under-performance. This book allows for a balanced evaluation of the levers of industrial competitiveness and anticipates the economic emergence of Cameroon, which is conditioned by the combination of institutional, corporate, social and territorial intelligence.
Samuel Biroki is a specialist in business and industrial economics. He is holder of a Bachelor's degree in Economics, a Master's degree in Business Economics and Management, a Diploma of Higher Specialised Studies (DESS) in Corporate Economic Diagnosis from the Pierre Mendes France University of Grenoble II, and a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from the School of Business & Economics (Miami, USA). He has been a Research Officer to the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Technical Adviser to the Ministry of Economy.