The government of Cameroon has ordered that all state purchases, including those made by local authorities and state-run entities, must be invoiced at market value.

The order aims to curb corruption through mis-invoicing and is motivated by a series of government contracts that have been over-invoiced, with suppliers and public servants siphoning off some of the excess profits.

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