Cameroon is one of the Member States of the African Intellectual Property Organization which is gathering seventeen members States from central and West Africa regions.
These countries are treated as one state in trademark law. Apart from that there is no national trademark law in the member states. Therefore it is not possible to obtain national registrations in these countries. Legal basis is the Treaty of Libreville of 1962 (in force since January 1st, 1964) revised by the Bangui agreement of 1977. For further information see the information on OAPI/AIPO
Opposition against designation of IR Mark:
not a member of the Madrid Agreement or Protocol