Here are some facts that will compare and contrast 2 countries, the USA, and Cameroon. First things first, Cameroon is run by a Presidential Republic as their government and the USA is run by a Federal Presidential Republic. As you might know, you can vote in the USA if you are 18 years old and a US Citizen, while to vote in Cameroon, you have to be 20 years of age.
The 5 most common crops you would see in Cameroon are: Coffee, Cocoa, Cotton, Rubber, and Bananas. This is a lot different from the US as the 5 most common crops here are Wheat, Corn, Other Grains, Fruits, and Vegetables. As for industries, the top 5 in the US are: Petroleum, Steel, Motor Vehicles, Aerospace, and Telecommunication, while in Cameroon, the top 5 are, Petroleum Production/Refining, Aluminum Production, Food Processing, Light Consumer Goods, and Textiles. Another part of each country’s economy is Natural Resources. The top 5 I found for Cameroon are Petroleum, Bauxite, Iron Ore, Timber, and Hydropower, while overseas in the USA, the top 5 are Coal, Copper, Lead, Molybdenum, and Phosphates. There is a big difference between the GDP (Purch. Power Parity) numbers of both countries as the USA’s stands at $17.95 Trillion and Cameroon’s stands at $72.64 Billion.