Yaoundé

Most of Yaoundé`s economy is centered around the administrative structure of the civil service and the diplomatic services. Due to these high profile central structures, Yaounde enjoys a relative higher standard of living and security compared to the rest of Cameroon. ==Places of interest== The city centre houses government offices, some hotels,....
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Yaounde

capital of Cameroon noun the capital of Cameroon
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Yaoundé

Capital of Cameroon, 210 km/130 mi east of the port of Douala; population (2001 est) 1,248,200. The city is the commercial centre of an area of cultivation of bananas, coffee, and cacao, and of gold and titanium mining. Industries include tourism, oil refining, food production, and soap and textile manufacture. It is linked by the Transcame...
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Yaoundé

Yaoundé (yäOOndā') , city (1990 est. pop. 750,000), capital of Cameroon. It is the country's administrative, financial, and communications center. Manufactures include cigarettes, dairy products, clay and glass goods, and lumber. Yaoundé is a regional trade center for co...
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Yaounde

[n] - the capital of Cameroon
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