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In a perfect world, where access to technology and the wealth are equally distributed, the GDP of each country would be proportional to its population. In the real world that relationship exists on average (see the dot charts below) but with significant deviations from the trend. Many developed countries, being relatively less populous than their developing counterparts, have high levels of GDP, while the GDPs of less-developed countries, especially in Africa, are disproportionally low.According to the UN DESA baseline scenario, by the year 2100 Africa will become the world's most populous region, accounting for 40 percent of the global...
This Map contains information about mine location (total and by commodity) for 5,835 African ADM2 units.
The index of Economic Freedom have been tracked by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation since 1995.These indices are benchmarks that gauge the economic succes around the world. This pages has countries ranked by different economic index built using the data from the 2011 Index of Economic Freedom.
See also: America's Fortune 500 Companies | World's Top Banks | Top 200 Banks in Africa Source: Top 500 Companies In Africa, 2013