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Chantier Naval et Industriel du Cameroun (CNIC) S.A. is a semi-public company under private law, with financial autonomy and a capital held 99.51% by the State, represented by the Ministry of Finance, public capital companies and 0.49% by a private company CLGG.

Following the recapitulation of the company registered in November 2017, the CNIC with the entry of the Caisse Nationale et de Prévoyance Sociale in the capital currently has five (6) shareholders:

  1. Ministry of Finance (MINFI);
  2. National Hydrocarbons Corporation (NHC);
  3. Port Authority of Douala (PAD);
  4. Notional Social Insurance Fund (NSIF);
  5. Hydrocarbons Prices Stabilization Fund (HPSF);
  6. Consignation Logistique de Golf de Guinée (CLGG).

And the share capital increased from FCFA 15,000,000 to FCFA 18,842,700,000 distributed as follows :

Shareholders    Capital (FCFA)  %    
 MINFI  7 953 570 000 42,21%  
 PAD  4 188 490 000 22,23%  
 CNPS  3 342 900 000 17,74%  
 CSPH  1 985 920 000 10,54%  
 SNH  1 279 820 000 6,79%  
 CLGG  92 000 000 0,49%  
  18 842 700 000 100,00%