Guinea-Bissau

The Niger River is the third-longest river in Africa. It flows from its source in the Guinea Highlands in south-eastern Guinea through Mali, Niger, along the border of Benin and through Nigeria before reaching the Gulf of Guinea.

Guinea-Bissau's Economy

Guinea-Bissau's real GDP growth is projected to average 5% over 2016–2018. The pickup in growth reflects the assumption that output from the agriculture sector will remain fairly robust, and that political stability is achieved to allow for a return of donor financing that would support a recovery in the secondary sector. This growth path also reflects the assumption of a recovery in electricity and water generation.

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