African Union member economies

2017-07-30T03:03:23+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Economy of Zimbabwe, Economy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Economy of Mozambique, Economy of the Republic of the Congo, Economy of Malawi, Economy of Libya, Economy of Uganda, Economy of Kenya, Economy of Angola, Economy of Algeria, Economy of Zambia, Economy of Rwanda, Economy of Somalia, Economy of Eritrea, Economy of Equatorial Guinea flashcards African Union member economies
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  • Economy of Zimbabwe
    The economy of Zimbabwe shrank significantly after 2000, resulting in a desperate situation for the country – widespread poverty and an 95% unemployment rate.
  • Economy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Sparsely populated in relation to its area, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is home to a vast potential of natural resources and mineral wealth.
  • Economy of Mozambique
    The economy of Mozambique has developed since the end of the Mozambican Civil War (1977–1992), but the country is still one of the world's poorest and most underdeveloped.
  • Economy of the Republic of the Congo
    The economy of the Republic of the Congo is a mixture of subsistence hunting and agriculture, an industrial sector based largely on petroleum extraction and support services, and a government spending, characterized by budget problems and overstaffing.
  • Economy of Malawi
    The economy of Malawi is predominantly agricultural, with about 90% of the population living in rural areas.
  • Economy of Libya
    The Economy of Libya depends primarily upon revenues from the petroleum sector, which contributes practically all export earnings and over half of GDP.
  • Economy of Uganda
    Endowed with significant natural resources, including ample fertile land, regular rainfall, and mineral deposits, it is thought that Uganda could feed all of Africa if it were commercially farmed.
  • Economy of Kenya
    Kenya's economy is market-based with a few state-owned infrastructure enterprises and maintains a liberalised external trade system.
  • Economy of Angola
    The Economy of Angola is one of the fastest-growing in the world, with reported annual average GDP growth of 11.
  • Economy of Algeria
    In 2014, the Algerian economy expanded by 4%, up from 2.
  • Economy of Zambia
    Zambia is one of Sub-Saharan Africa's most highly urbanized countries.
  • Economy of Rwanda
    Rwanda is a rural country with about 90% of the population engaged in (mainly subsistence) agriculture.
  • Economy of Somalia
    Somalia is classified by the United Nations as a least developed country.
  • Economy of Eritrea
    The Economy of Eritrea has experienced considerable growth in recent years, indicated by an improvement in Gross domestic product (GDP) in October 2012 of 7.
  • Economy of Equatorial Guinea
    Equatorial Guinea is a small country at the west coast of Central Africa.