GCN Canada Inc.

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About GCN Canada

GCN Canada Inc., headed by its President & CEO, His Excellency Robert M. Sabga (former High Commissioner for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago) and his global team of professionals, in conjunction with their Cameroon joint-venture partner Bonanza Estates S.A., have been granted by the Republic of Cameroon a license to develop and operate a Tourist and Financial Tax Haven and Free Zone for a 311-hectare estate with 1.7 km of pristine beachfront in Batoké, north-west of the coastal town of Limbe, in Cameroon’s Strategic  Economic Development Zone.  H.E. Robert Sabga enjoys excellent relationships at the highest levels of the Government of Cameroon, and through him GCN Canada, Inc. (GCN-C) has committed to help develop and support the country’s economic growth based on a proven tax haven and free zone development platform.   

GCN-C has designed a most remarkable and unique development concept, combining the benefits of a financial tax haven with the attraction of an ultra-exclusive resort-style duty free zone, the only such destination of its kind in the world. Unlike existing free zones in places such as Dubai, South Korea, India, some Caribbean countries, and other places in the globe, the design of GCN-C’s Emerald Coast Financial and Tourist Free Zone for the Republic of Cameroon is truly in a class of its own.

The Republic of Cameroon has one of the most stable democratic governments on the African continent. It is currently undergoing significant expansion of its facilities and infrastructure, with massive national improvements in its bridge and road systems, telecommunications, and airports. In the Strategic Economic Development Zone in and around the coastal city of Limbe, there are numerous new development projects in various stages of construction. These include a new deep-sea port, a ship-building facility, a cement plant, upgrade and expansion of the existing oil refinery, and rebuilding of the Limbe docks, among others. A fledgling oil-producing nation with its natural resources not yet fully realized, the Government of Cameroon is eager to co-operate with GCN-C to make its Emerald Coast free zone concept a reality.