In 2019, food prices have been among the main driving forces behind the rise of the inflation in Cameroon. That year indeed, inflation surged to 2.5%, the highest since 2015. Among the food products that contributed to the rise was beef, the National Institute of Statistics (INS) reports. According to the institute, after a drop The post Cameroon's beef price jumps 3.5% driven by exports to Nigeria appeared first on The Sun Nigeria. Click here to read full news..