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Agriculture in Cameroon is a key sector of the economy, employing 42.2% of the population and accounting for about 17.0% of GDP. The country's agriculture has been actively developing in recent decades, but a number of factors prevent a significant increase in productivity
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In 2018-2022, the production of vegetable oils in Egypt gradually increased: in 2022, 858.0 thousand tons of vegetable oils were produced in the country, which is 13.9% higher than in 2021. Most of the production of vegetable oils in Egypt in 2022 fell on soybean oil — 95.6% (820.0 thousand tons).
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Cameroon's economy is the largest among the States of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central African Countries (CEMAC). Cameroon accounts for more than half of the population of CEMAC and about 40% of the total GDP of the community countries.
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Alexandria, Egypt, holds significant historical and, cultural importance. Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 BC, Alexandria became a major center of Hellenistic civilization and one of the most prominent cities in the ancient world.
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Sidi Ifni is a small town built in the 1930s. In the middle of the 20th century, it was the capital of the Spanish colonies in northwest Africa. Morocco regained it only in 1969
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In 2023, Russia increased the volume of exports of agricultural products to Algeria by 20%. Over the past 5 years, the indicator has increased almost 5 times.
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Vladimir Putin and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi launched the construction of the fourth power unit of the country's first nuclear power plant via videoconference.
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South Africa belongs to the number of countries with insufficiently favorable conditions for agriculture, which is mainly due to the arid and hot climate, as well as the oversaturation of soils with salts.
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South Africa is one of the largest and most developed economies on the African continent. The country is rich with natural resources and other minerals. Mining is an important part of the economy of South Africa.
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Agriculture accounts for 24.3% of the GDP and 64.3% of the employed population of Tanzania. For a long time, the country has been a net exporter of agricultural products.
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