February 2014 Archives - African Business Magazine

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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.…