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SISAF 444 African Studies Seminar Winter 2007 Sub-Saharan Africa: Basic Indicators Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003 Population 705 million annual av. % growth 2.8 % (1975-2003) GNI per capita 506 USD (incl. South Africa) 342 USD (excl. South Africa)

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SISAF 444African Studies SeminarWinter 2007

Sub-Saharan Africa:

Basic Indicators


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

Approximately equal to the GDP of the Chicago metropolitan area (2006)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

Approximately equal to the GDP of the San Francisco metropolitan area (2006)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

…or the market capitalization of Microsoft…

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Population705 million

annual av. % growth 2.8% (1975-2003)

GNI per capita506 USD (incl. South Africa)

342 USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 0.1% (1999-2003)

Real GDP367 bn. USD (incl. South Africa)

221 bn. USD (excl. South Africa)

annual av. % growth 2.4% (1975-2003)

…or the revenue of Wal-Mart

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Economic Growth

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Economic Growth per capita

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Economic Growth per capita

World Bank, Global Economic Prospects2007



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The Size of African Economies GDP

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World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005, and Global Insight 2006


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The Size of African Economies GDP

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World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005, and Global Insight 2006


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Total Fertility Rate5.2

Life exp. at birth46 years

HIV/AIDS adult rate7.5%

Botswana 37.3%

Swaziland 38.8%

South Africa 21.5%

Zimbabwe 24.6%

AIDS orphans 12,100,000

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Access to safe water58%

Literacy rate (>15 yrs)65%

% of primary roads paved12.8%(2002)

% in good condition39% (1989)

Cost of starting business 804 USD (2004)

Days to register property114 (2004)

Registration cost (% of property) 13.1% (2004)

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Millennium Development Goals

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Poverty

The Economist, 11 March 2004


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Sub-Saharan Africa Basic Indicators 2003

Share of World Trade2.4%

Share of World Population13%

World Bank, African Development Indicators 2005


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Petroleum products continued to account for the largest portion of total AGOA

imports with an 87 percent share. With these fuel products excluded, AGOA imports were $3.5 billion, growing by 22 percent in 2004.



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Top 10 recipients of FDI inflows in Africa 2002 and 2003 (USD bn.)


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Top 10 recipients of FDI inflows in Africa 2002 and 2003 (USD bn.)


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Foreign Direct Investment

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006


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Doing Business in Africa

IMF, Finance and Development, December 2006




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Small and at Risk: Oil Producers to Watch

New York Times, 23 April 2006


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Winter 2007

SISAF 444 Africa Studies Seminar

Background:

Prosperity and Divergence



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Income

Britain 2002

Korea 2002

Brazil 2002

China 2002



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Income


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Income

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