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National Competition Committee
What is the National Competition Committee?

The National Competition Committee is the competition Authority in Cameroon. Its mission is to see to it that, all the economic operators of the various sectors respect competition rules. Established by law No. 98/013 of 14 July 1998 on competition whose organizational and operating procedures are laid down by decree No. 2005/1363/PM of 6 May 2005, it is attached to the Ministry in charge of competition issues. Presently, it is the Ministry of Trade.

An authority in charge of competition is imperative in any market economy country. The names vary from one country to another. We can list:

  • Competition Authority (France) ;
  • Competition Board (Tunisia, Algeria, and Madagascar) ;
  • Antitrust Division (USA) ;
  • Anti Monopoly Division (China) ;
  • Egyptian Competition Agency ;
  • Monopolies and Prices Commission (Kenya) ;
  • National Competition and Consumption Committee (Burkina Faso) ;
  • Fair Competition Commission (Tanzania) ;
  • Etc.
Ministerial Team
MBARGA ATANGANA
Luc magloire MBARGA ATANGANA
The Minister of Trade
NKOUABVOUMA
Jules Martin NKOUABVOUMA
Inspector No.1
MOUSSA SANWARD
MOUSSA SANWARD
Inspector No.2
BASSILEKIN III
Achile BASSILEKIN III
The Secretary-General
KOA
Jacqueline KOA
The Inspector General
BOUBA AOUSSINE
BOUBA AOUSSINE
Technical Adviser No.1
JACKAI
Derrick Mosima JACKAI
Technical Adviser No.2
TEMFOMO
Adija TEMFOMO
Project Planning and Statistics Division Head
MBARGA BIHINA
Valentin MBARGA BIHINA
Internal Trade Director
MOTOMBY
Joseph ndumbe MOTOMBY
External Trade Director
TSEGUI
David TSEGUI
Metrology, Quality and Price Director
ABESSOLO MONEFONG
Martin Charles ABESSOLO MONEFONG
National Fraud Prevention and Elimination Brigade
ZANGA NDJINANG
Nicanor ZANGA NDJINANG
General Affairs Director
Frequently Asked Questions
000 048 976
Latest News
    Delegation of American Businessmen received at Ministry of Trade    A visiting American business delegation on Tuesday April, 23rd 2013, held talks with the Minister of Trade, Luc Magloire MBARGA ATANGANA, during an audience granted them at the conference hall of his Ministerial building.                44 repaired ovens handed over to cocoa farmers in the South West Region    Cocoa plays a key role in Cameroon’s National Economy. In order to meet up requerements of European Union, Cameroonian authorities in the cocoa sector have taken a number of long-lasting measures to better production.                Mincommerce Receives New Year Wishes    Workers of the Ministry of Trade, its partners, consumer protection associations and businessmen, on January 30, 2013 assembled at the Mont Febe hall to shake hands with Minister.                Periodic markets handed over to local authorities    Thirteen market-places built using the funds of the public investment budget were handed over to local authorities (councils).                Cameroon – Tunisia : the impact of the Joint Commission    Seven cooperation agreements were signed between Tunisia and Cameroon last May 9 at the closing ceremony of the Ninth Session of the Large Joint Commission between both countries.                Cocoa and Coffee Inter-professional Board: New Executive Secretary Installed    The new Executive Secretary for the Cocoa and Coffee Inter-professional Board (CCIB) Omer Gatien MALEDY has been called upon to render the cocoa and coffee sectors competitive in the international market. The call was made by the Minister of Trade, Luc Magloire MBARGA ATANGANA, in Douala April 11 2012, during a ceremony to install him into his functions.                PROMOTE    PROMOTE as an instrument of economic development in Cameroon