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Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

CAMEROON GCE O/L June 2019 COMMERCE 2

  1. (a) (i) Define trade.
    (ii) Explain the branches of trade. (2 + 12 = 14)
    (b) State and briefly explain FOUR aids to trade. (6 marks)
  2. (a) (i) Define retail trade
    (ii) State FOUR characteristics of each of the two categories of retail trade (2 + 8 marks = 10 marks)
    (b) Give briefly explain FIVE functions of a retailer to the consumer (10 marks)
  3. (a) State and explain FOUR barriers to international trade. (8 marks)
    (b) Explain FOUR ways through which the government of Cameroon promotes foreign trade (8 marks)
    (c) Give FOUR basic rights of a consumer (4 marks)
  4. (a) Give FIVE differences between a central bank and a commercial bank (10 marks)
    (b) Name and explain two types of marine insurance (6 marks)
    (c) Give any FOUR reasons to explain why an individual may take a life insurance policy (4 marks)
  5. (a) Give any FIVE advantages of each of the following:
    (i) Containerization, and
    (ii) Pipeline transport. (10 marks)
    (b) State SIX facilities of a modern airport (6 marks)
    (c) outline FOUR reasons why a firm may own its private fleet of distribution vehicles. (4 marks)6. (a) State and explain FOUR advantages of private limited companies (8 marks)
    (b) outline FOUR economic roles of an enterprise (4 marks)
    (c) Explain any FOUR difficulties encountered by a warehouse manager (8 marks)

Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

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CAMEROON GCE JUNE 2015 commerce Paper 2

June 2015

  1. (a) State any THREE reasons why commercial banks are important to business men.(3 marks)
    (b) Outline FIVE conditions required by banks when granting credits. (5 marks)
    (c) Give any SIX differences between a central bank and a commercial bank.(12 marks)

2.(a) Give any FIVE advantages of sea transport.(10 marks)
(b) State and explain FIVE factors that may influence the choice of a transport system. (5 marks)
(c) Outline any FIVE importance of containerization in modem transportation. (5 marks)
3. (a) Define the documents below and state any THREE information contained in each;
(i) Articles of Association, and (ii)Memorandum of Association.(10 marks)
(b)Name and explain any FIVE advantages of Joint Stock companies.(10 marks)

  1. (a) Explain any FIVE functions of the National Social Insurance Fund(NSIF) (10 marks)
    (b)Write short notes on each of the following:
    (i) Re-insurance.
    (ii) Underwriters,
    (iii) Actuaries.
    (iv) Jettison.
    (v) Actual total loss.
    (10 marks)
  2. (a) AYAH and Sons, P.O. Box 358 Limbe, on the 2orn March 2012 supplied the following items to O.J.
    International Enterprise, PO Box 780 Kombe:
    -10 cartons of soap at 10,000 FCAF each.
    – 15 bags of salt at 5, 000 CF AF per bag.

A cash receipt No. 2030 was issued for settlement of the transaction.Use the information provided to complete the appendix 1 provided. (10 marks)
(b)State TWO features of each of the following:
(i) Factor.
(ii) Broker.
(iii) Forwarding agent.
(iv) Del credere agent.
(v) Auctioneer.
(10 marks)

  1. (a) Explain the difference between the following pairs:
    (i) Balance of trade and balance of payments.
    (ii) Home trade and foreign trade.
    (iii) Visible export and invisible exports.
    (6 marks)
    (b) Explain any FIVE advantages of foreign trade. (10 mark)
    (c) What is meant by each of the following: (i)Entrepot trade (ii) Customs drawback.
    (4 marks)

Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

CAMEROON GCE JUNE 2016 commerce Paper 2

June 2016
1. (a) State any THREE reasons why commercial banks are important to business men. (3 marks)
(b) Outline FIVE conditions required by banks when granting credits. (5marks)
(c) Give any SIX differences between a central bank and a commercial bank. (12 marks)

  1. (a) State and explain FIVE factors that may influence the choice of a transport system. (10marks)
    (b) Give any FIVE advantages of sea transport. (5marks)
    (c) Outline any FIVE importance of containerization in modern transportation. (5marks)

3: (a) Define the documents below and state any THREE information contained in each;
(i) Articles of Association, and
(ii) Memorandum of Association. (10 marks)
(b) Name and explain any FIVE advantages of Joint Stock companies. (10marks)

  1. (a) Explain any FIVE functions of the National Social Insurance Fund(NSIF) (10 marks)
    (b) Write short notes on each of the following:
    (i) Re-insurance.
    (ii) Underwriters.
    (iii) Actuaries.
    (iv) Jettison.
    (v) Actual total loss. (10 marks)
  2. (a) AYAH and Sons, P.O. Box 358 Limbe, on the 20th March 2012 supplied the following items to
    O.J. International Enterprise, PO Box 780 Kombe:
    -10 cartons of soap at 10,000 FCAF each.
    – 15 bags of salt at 5,000 CFAF per bag.
    A cash receipt No. 2030 was issued for settlement of the transaction.
    Use the information provided to complete the appendix 1 provided. (10 marks)
    (b) State TWO features of each of the following:
    (i) Factor.
    (ii) Broker.
    (iii) Forwarding agent.
    (iv) Del credere agent.
    (v) Auctioneer. (10 marks)

  3. (a) Explain the difference between the following pairs:
    (i) Balance of trade and balance of payments.
    (ii) Home trade and foreign trade.
    (iii) Visible export and invisible exports. (6 marks)
    (b) Explain any FIVE advantages of foreign trade. (10 mark)
    (c) What is meant by each of the following: (i) Entrepot trade
    (ii) Customs drawback. ( 4 marks)

Cameroon GCE O level Commerce past papers from 2015 to 2019

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