Survey of economic and social conditions in African least developed countries 1992- 1993

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Title: Survey of economic and social conditions in African least developed countries 1992- 1993
Corporate Author: United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa
Subject: 02.02.00 ECONOMIC CONDITIONSSOCIAL CONDITIONS; SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS; AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
Abstract: In developing Africa, economic performance has generally been poor. Adverse movements in terms of trade particularly for exporters of minerals and tropical beverages, drought in the Southern Africa Sub-region, and disruptions from civil wars and other political conflicts in many countries, have all restrained economic activity in the region. regional real output grew by a mere 1.5 per cent in 1992, after an already discouraging growth of only 2.3 per cent in 1991, resulting in new falls of per capita income.2 Because of this, more countries were pushed into the LDCs category in Africa, which now number 323, out of a total of 47 countries such classified by the United Nations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10855/3637
Date: 1993


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