South Cameroon Company

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The Gesellschaft Süd-Kamerun (German: South Cameroon Company) was a private trading corporation formed in 1898, facilitated by governor Jesko von Puttkamer, to run the rubber and ivory trade in the southeast of the German colony of Kamerun.[1]

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  1. ^ Levine, V.; Vine, V.T.L. (1964). The Cameroons: From Mandate to Independence. University of California Press. p. 26. Retrieved 2015-06-25. 

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