African Economies by Language

EAC

English Speaking African Countries  2.680 trillion    

489 million  people

Countries – 18

Economic Capital – Johannesburg, Lagos, Nairobi

Nigeria (190 million) $1.2 trillion, South Africa (55 million) $742 billion, Kenya (45 million)  $143 billion, Tanzania (52 million) $150 billion, Ghana (28 million) $121 billion, Uganda (38 million) $85 billion, Zambia(16 million) $65 billion, Zimbabwe (13 million) $29 billion, Botswana (2.2 million) $39 billion, Namibia (2.1 million) $28 billion, Swaziland (1.1 million) $11 billion, Lesotho (2.1 million) $6 billion , Malawi (16 million) $22 billion, South Sudan (13.3 million) $23 billion, Sierra Leone (7.1 million) $10 billion, Liberia (6 million) $3 billion, The Gambia (1.9 million) $3.5 billion

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French African Countries $600 billion    

294 million people

Economic Capital of French Africa – Abidjan

Countries-21

Cote D’Ivoire (24 million) $85 billion,Cameroon (22.5 million) $78 billion, Democratic Republic of the Congo (81.7 million) $68 billion,Senegal (14 million) $39 billion, Madagascar (23 million) $38 billion, Gabon (1.5 million) $36.5 billion,  Burkina Faso (17 million) $32 billion, Republic of the Congo (4.7 Million) $31 billion, Mali (14.5 million) $30 billion, Chad (14 million) $30 billion, Mauritius (1.3 million) $23 billion,Benin (10.1 million) $22.5 billion, Niger (17 million) $20 billion,  Rwanda (11.2 million) $20 billion, Guinea (12 million) $16 billion, Togo(7.5 million) $11.6 billion,Burundi (11.2 million) $8 billion,  Djibouti (828,000) $3.3 billion, Central African Republic (4.7 million) $3.2 billion,  Seychelles (100,000) $2.7 billion, Comoros (800,000) $1.3 billion,

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Portuguese African Countries

5 Countries – Angola (24 million) $194 billion, Mozambique (25 million) $36 billion , Cape Verde (520,000) $3.8 billion, Guinea Bissau (1.7 million) $ 2.8 billion, Sao Tome (190,000) $720 million

Economic size -$237 billion

Population – 54 million people

Economic Capital-Luanda

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Other Languages

Amharic

Ethiopia

Eritrea

Somalia

 

Spanish

Equatorial Guinea

 

 

 

 

 

 

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