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by The Rogue Nation of Malian Imperial Federation. . 6 reads.

Economy of the West African Federation

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ENERGY INDUSTRY

MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY


1965 petroleum production - Oil wells in Togo, Ivory Coast, and Ghana, Senegal, and Mali
1965 fields under development - Mali, Ghana, and Senegal


1965 Weapons production - 100,000
1965 Military Radio production - 250,000
1965 Other production - 701,567


1965 Cars Produced - 25,000 cars
1965 Tractors Produced - 10,000
1965 Other Vehicles Produced - 30,000

Economy of the West African Federation


Ouagadougou, 1965. Ouagadougou is the financial center of the West African Federation.

Currency
Eco
Index

Fiscal year
1965

Statistics

GDP
$12.5 billion USD (1965)

GDP growth
▲ 14.6% (1965)

GPD per capita
$300 USD (1965)

Population below poverty line
10%

Population
36.35 million (1995)

Unemployment
▼7.1%

Main industries
Services: 15%
Industry: 25%
Agriculture: 60%

External

Exports
$2.4 Billion

Export goods
Petroleum, Natural Gas, Mineral Ore,
Agricultural products.

Main export partners
France
PRC

Imports
$5.3 Billion

Import goods
Food,
Automobiles,
Consumer goods,
Electrical appliances,
Heavy Machinery

Main import partners

France
PRC

The economy of the West African Federation is a Socialist Market Economy located in Western Africa. A major tenant of West African Syndicalism is a commitment to agriculture economy contributing massive amounts of food to France, and Western Nations, as well as China. All businesses in the West African state are in a form of cooperatives, communes, or state-owned industries.

Agriculture: Agriculture is a major industry within the state, with 60% of all civilians employed in the agricultural sector. It is expected this number may be higher, as the amount of civilians employed in local urban cooperatives, and farms may be even higher than reflected in official numbers.

Official Agricultural Products:
Cocoa(Worlds Largest Producer)
Yams(Worlds Largest Producer)
Cowpeas(Worlds Largest Producer)
Millet(2nd Largest Producer)
Cassava(3rd Largest Producer)
Taro(4th Largest Producer)
Natural Rubber(8th Largest Producer)
Plantains(8th Largest Producer)
Cashews(10th Largest Producer)
Coffee(13th Largest Producer)
Oranges(19th Largest Producer)
Other agricultural Products include: Timber farming, Cotton, Sugar, Bananas, Pineapple, Tropical Oils, Durum Wheat, Corn, Sorghum, Rice, Peanuts, Shea Butter, Shea Nuts, Tomatoes, Hot Peppers, Kola Nuts, Sweet Potatoes, Tobacco, Garlic, Potatoes, Onions, Coconuts, Citrus Fruits, Fonio, Melons, Mangoes, Green Beans, Livestock(Goats, Cows, Chickens) Beekeeping, Fishing

Mining: Mining contributes majorly to the West African economy and has also found itself mostly under the control of government owned industries.

Mining Products:
Bauxite(2nd Largest Reserves)
Uranium(4th Largest Reserves)
Gold(7th Largest Reserves)
Manganese(9th Largest Reserves)
Phosphates(Top 10 Largest Reserves)
Iron Ore(15th Largest Reserves)
Petroleum(30th Largest Reserves)
Natural Gas(50th Largest Reserves)

Other minerals include: Coltan, Ilmenite, Cobalt, Copper, Nickel, Diamonds, Limestones, Marble, Gypsum, Marble, Rutile, Zinc, Cement, Salt, Silver, Dolomite, Granite, Pumice, Coal, Tin, Amethyst, Epidote, Garnet, Prehnite, Quartz, Sand, Titanium, Platinum, Silica Sand

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