Country Region : AFRICA
Head of State
East Africaocean at east
Dodoma/ Dar es Salaam President Jakaya (largest city & commercial Mrisho Kikwete capital)
North Africa Mediterranean Sea to Algiers the North
North Africa- Coasts stretch from the Rabat - Other Commercial Mediterranean in the centers include Tangiers and North to the Atlantic in Casablanca the West
North Western Coast of South America bordering guyana to Caracas the east, colombia to the west and Brazil to its south
ecuador. It has the Carribean Sea towards its North East and Towards it west is the Pacific Ocean. brazil. Brazil and Uruguay to the northeast. It borders Buenos Aires Paraguay and Bolivia to the north.2
Argentina's continental area is between the Andes mountain range in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east. and Chile to the west and south.
Lies with colombia to its east and to its west Quito is the pacific ocean. Peru to its south
Lies in the Northern Portion of South American Continent. Shares borders with venezuela. Bogota panama.
Lies in the Northern part of South American Continent. Brazil. Has the Carribean Georgetown Sea towards its north and shares borders with Suriname.
corn. 3rd largest producer of gold in Africa after SouthAfrica and Ghana. It also has large natural gas reserves. Emerging economy which has natural gas and oil resources The major resources of the Moroccan economy are agriculture.
Venezuela exports rice. The Ottoman and later parts of it became Spanish and French Protectorates. The country is not selfsufficient in most areas of agriculture. These two states were previously divided between Germany and Britain Part of Ottoman Empire. Poverty has lessened. and pork. tropical fruit. It faced political turmoil in the 20th century with various military presidential dictatorships and corrupt leaders at the helm of affairs. coffee. eradication of corruption and economic independence. beef. It acquired independence in 1956
Was a Spanish colony from 16th to 18th century. phosphates. Today the President Hugo Chavez leads what is known as the Bolivarian revolution for revival of democracy.
. Its economy has seen some recovery and it has now entered into various free trade agreements
Remained part of the Ummayad Empire. which later the same year was renamed the United Republic of Tanzania. It has abundant mineral resources. and tourism.Form of Government
The name Tanzania derives from the names of the two states Tanganyika and Zanzibar that united in 1964 to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Unitary Republic Zanzibar. To this day its official language is Spanish. Semi-presidential republic Spanish colony and then French
IMF program in 1980s. Venezuela imports about two-thirds of its food needs. Petroleum exports contribute to 33% of the GDP. fish. Based on agriculture. leading to an overall trade surplus. Morroco has undergone an IMF programme.
Predominantly agricultural economy with contributions from the service sector as well. sugar. Official language to this day is Spanish.
Remained a Spanish colony from 15th to 18th Century.Federal republic
A former Spanish colony. Argentina remained a stable entity during many crises and was a major food supplier for the allies during the two World Wars.
. But it saw military regimes and corrupt governments which led to an presidential economic slump and a loss of the country's prestige at the end of their loss in the Falklands War of 1982. roses.
Spanish Colony till the early Presidential 19th century. Eventually it settled to a democratic republic. Even though the Colombian Economy has been doing well in recent times. and corn. Coffee. The country´s greatest national export is crude oil. Gold and Emeralds. cacao. it has rich agriculture: bananas. Exports include: Petroleum. shrimp. coffee. By 2002 the economy was is a state of turmoil and had defaulted on its foreign debt. it does not have an equitable distribution of wealth and more than half the population lives in an utterly dismal state of poverty. timber and gold. Attained independence in Presidential 1830. Coal. It has seen turmoil in the form of authoritarian rulers and a war with Peru in 1941. rice. But prudent policies since then have led to an economic revival. tropical fruits. flowers. In addition.
Ecuador's economy has heavily depended on exporting resources such as petroleum. palm hearts. palm oil. fish.
Shrimp. Dutch Semi-Presidential Republic and the British.The combined territory of modern day Guyana. Suriname and French Guiana has remained a colony of the French. molasses and even diamonds are found here. It is one of the four non-spanish speaking territories on the continent along with Brazil.
Its economy is dependent upon exports such as gold. fish.
. Other than that it also exports bauxite. Suriname and French Guiana. sugar.
Member of OPEC.Other info
Member of OPEC
Known for its tropical weather and rich species in its amazonian forests. Home to portion of the Amazon basin.
Known for its biodiversity and tropical flora and fuana. Is undergoing an IMF financial restructuring programme. With Inflation levels above 50% they dediced to change their currency to the US dollar replacing sucre.
.Currently it is facing an economic crisis due to emerging market instability.
The population therefore is made up of groups with ethnic backgrounds from India. Africa. Germany and Portugal to work on Sugar plantations. with Aboriginal. China. Ireland. the Netherlands. India. composed chiefly of the descendants of immigrants who came to the country as either enslaved or indentured labourers from Africa.The present population of Guyana is racially and ethnically heterogeneous. Europe.