February 2014 - African Business Magazine

Equatorial Guinea: Industrial Capacity

Equatorial Guinea: Efforts to diversify the economy away from its current dependence on oil and gas have focused on processing hydrocarbon production within the country to add value to the export of raw materials.…

Equatorial Guinea: A Green Revolution

Equatorial Guinea: A Green Revolution could reduce the country’s reliance on food imports will require a steep increase in agricultural production, particularly at a time of high fertility rates.…

Equatorial Guinea: Agriculture

Equatorial Guinea: As in almost all other parts of Africa, the agriculture sector could provide much-needed employment and improvements in production techniques could greatly benefit the bulk of the population who are employed in crop cultivation.…

Equatorial Guinea: Construction

Equatorial Guinea: Oil income has also been used to fund a building boom that has turned construction into the third biggest element in the economy after oil and gas.…

Equatorial Guinea: Infrastructure

Equatorial Guinea: In this section, we take a look at the various sectors that have benefited from oil income in the past and which could receive investment in the planned new joint ventures.…

Equatorial Guinea: Oil and Gas

Equatorial Guinea: The oil and gas that drives the Equatoguinean economy comes from three main fields: Alba, Ceiba and Zafiro, all of which are located offshore.…

Equatorial Guinea: The Economy

 Equatorial Guinea has been the fastest-growing economy in Africa over the past 15 years and one of the fastest growing in the world.…

Equatorial Guinea: The Vision

Over the last dozen or so years, Equatorial Guinea has been been quietly but steadily following a plan that is transforming this wealthy Central African country from the severely underdeveloped state it was 20 years ago into what could turn out to be sub-Saharan Africa’s first successful transition into an industrialised middle-income nation by 2020.…