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For several decades, Mauritius has demonstrated stable growth rates, which allowed the country to move from monocultural agriculture to an economy with a high degree of diversification.
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Agriculture is a key sector of Benin's economy, accounting for 26.9% of the country's GDP. However, most of the production is accounted for by subsistence farming, and only a small part of the products produced is represented on the domestic market.
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According to the IMF, over the past ten years, Benin's economy has demonstrated consistently high growth rates, on average exceeding 5% per year.
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Agriculture accounts for only 1.7% of GDP and 1.2% of the employment structure. As a result, the country is highly dependent on food imports (about 90% of consumption).
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The agricultural sector accounts for 24.1% of Uganda's GDP and 62.9% of the employed population. This is the main field of activity for the majority of the country's residents, however, the employment-to-GDP ratio demonstrates insufficient efficiency of agricultural production
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Since the second half of the 1980s, Uganda has entered a long period of relative political stability, which has allowed the country to ensure high growth rates over the past thirty years.
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Agri SA will be making a submission to Parliament which demonstrates the negative impact of the national minimum wage on the growth and sustainability of the agricultural sector
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Major investments over the past decade have led to strong economic growth in Djibouti, but the effect of investment programs has not been significant: most of the funds have been invested in the development of infrastructure connecting Ethiopia with world markets
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The volume of fish and seafood consumption in Morocco showed an increase almost throughout 2018-2022. In 2022, consumption amounted to a record 551.8 thousand tons, of which 538.8 thousand tons (97.6%) accounted for fish and 13.0 thousand tons (2.4%) for seafood.
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Mozambique is rich in natural resources and was one of the fastest growing economies on the African continent in the 2010s. Before the fall in commodity prices and a major corruption scandal in 2016, strong economic growth and assistance from international organizations had only a moderate impact on poverty reduction
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