Initially adopted as revenue and expenditure at CFAF 26.150 billion, including CFAF 10.150 billion for capital expenditure and CFAF 16 billion for operating expenditure, the budget for 2018 was adjusted to CFAF 18.749 billion by resolution No. 110 of 17 September 2018. This is mainly due to the following factors: late start of operation of conceded terminals, 02 March 2018 for the Container Terminal and 1 July 2018 for the Multipurpose Terminal, a decrease in offshore ship calls, a downward revision of the fixed fee for the container terminal due to the activity threshold to be reached, in accordance with the concession agreement and a delay in the collection of fees for temporary occupation permits (AOT) by the first occupants of the logistics area
Budget reframing in 2017 and 2018 has an impact on the 2019 budget, which is the last of the three-year period, as some activities planned in 2017 and not implemented in that year have been postponed to 2018, just as others scheduled for 2018 have been postponed to 2019. The Board meeting held for the closing of 2018, in Yaoundé on 27 December 2018, therefore discussed and adopted the company's 2019 budget, which amounts to CFAF 30.5 billion, or CFAF 18.8 billion for the operating budget and 11.6 billion for the investment budget.