Equatorial Guinea

Characteristics

  • Capital : Malabo
  • Population : 500,000
  • Official Language(s) : Spanishl, French, Portuguese
  • GDP : $9,000,000,000
  • Area : 28,051 sq.km
Data source : The World Bank data
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a country in Central Africa. It is one of the smallest countries in continental Africa, and comprises two regions: a Continental Region  and an Insular Region containing Annobón island, Bioko island (where the capital of Malabo is situated).

In 2004, Equatorial Guinea is the third-largest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa. The production of oil and gas, carried by three big offshore fields (Zafiro, Alba, Ceiba), allowed the country to have a two digit economic growth since around ten years and to become one of the biggest conductors of foreign investments in Africa.

Forestry, farming, and fishing are also major components of GDP. Subsistence farming predominates.


Agencies

  • Bata
    • Bolloré Africa Logistics/SDV Guinea SA
      Agencia de Bata/Carretera de aeropuerto
      Phone: +240 333 08 42 38
  • Luba
    • Bolloré Africa Logistics/SDV Guinea SA
      Agencia de Luba/Luba Free Port
      Phone: +240 222 23 36 52
  • MALABO
    • AEROTRANS
      Parkes de Africa
      Phone: (240) 27 41 39
      Fax: (240) 09 60 82
    • AFRITRAMP
      Residencia "Mary" - Caracolas
      Phone: +240 09 19 69
    • SDV
      Parques de Africa - Caracolas - Apdo 1025
      Phone: +240 09 85 27