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WorldView - Africa

Equatorial Guinea

US Dept of State - Equatorial Guinea

"Oil and gas exports will drive the economy for years to come. Real GDP growth was estimated at 7.4% for 2008, although it fell to -1.8% for 2009. Per capita income rose from about $590 in 1998 to $2,000 in 2000, $5,300 in 2004, and approximately $10,000 in 2007." more...

Global Edge

"Equatorial Guinea gained independence in 1968 after 190 years of Spanish rule. This tiny country, composed of a mainland portion plus five inhabited islands, is one of the smallest on the African continent." more...

CIA World Factbook

"The discovery and exploitation of large oil reserves have contributed to dramatic economic growth in recent years. Forestry, farming, and fishing are also major components of GDP." more...

US Department of State World Travel

"Equatorial Guinea is an oil-rich, developing country on the western coast of central Africa. Its capital and main port, Malabo, is located on the island of Bioko, off the coast of Cameroon." more...

Languages of Equatorial Guinea

"From Ethnologue: Languages of the World - An encyclopedic reference work cataloging all of the world's 6,909 known living languages."more...

International Monetary Fund

"IMF reports and publications for Equatorial Guinea - The IMF is an organization of 187 countries, working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world." more...