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1 edition of Spain in equatorial Africa. found in the catalog.

Spain in equatorial Africa.

Spain in equatorial Africa.

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Published by SIE in Madrid .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Equatorial Guinea
    • Subjects:
    • Equatorial Guinea -- Economic conditions.,
    • Equatorial Guinea -- Social conditions.,
    • Equatorial Guinea -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesPolitical documents,, 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC578.G8 S6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination91 p.
      Number of Pages91
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5557412M
      LC Control Number67049796

      It seems obvious the OP considers that any country that has part of its territory in Africa is an African country and, from that point of view, I'd say Spain isn't the forgotten African country but one of the forgotten African countries. Spain was not a leader in The Scramble for Africa, but more of a participant in the grand scheme of the game. The first five decades of colonization in the Western Sahara resulted in no influence or change. In only a mere Spaniards were living in the urban city. However, the discovery of the phosphate deposits in livened Spaniards.

      Equatorial Africa is dominated by the Congo Basin (area of land that is drained by a river and its tributaries) Water from rainfall in the Congo Basin flows downhill and collects into streams, which meet with larger streams, which flow into rivers that empty into the. WBO Student Loading.

      The book emphasises throughout the importance of the economic and administrative relationship between North Africa and Spain. It charts the growing resentment of the early settlers in Spain with the restrictions on their autonomy imposed by the Governor-General of . Equatorial Guinea is one of the worst governed nations in the world--although terms like "govern" don't really apply to this tiny, newly oil-rich enclave on the coast of west Africa. The head of state, Teodoro Obiang, seized power from his uncle, Francisco Macías, who became head of state when the colonial power, Spain, left in /5(20).


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However, the last Spanish colony to claim independence from Spain in was a territory in West Africa—Equatorial Guinea—a nation-state where Spanish still serves as the official language. A few years before Spanish Guinea’s independence inexports per capita were the highest in Africa.

Spain's has €3 million Euros of investment in Equatorial Guinea, mainly in the construction industry. At the same time, Equatorial Guinea's investment in Spain total €4 million Euros. Equatorial Guinea is Spain's ninth biggest trading partner from Africa (78th largest globally).

Spanish Guinea (Spanish: Guinea Española) was a set of insular and continental territories controlled by Spain since in the Gulf of Guinea and on the Bight of Bonny, in Central Africa.

It gained independence in and is known as Equatorial Guinea. 18th—19th centuries. 20th century. Agricultural l: Santa Isabel (now Malabo).

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Equatorial Guinea is the only African country, together with Western Sahara and a northern strip of Morocco; Cape Juby, to be owned by Spain in the. A map of eastern equatorial Africa Contributor Names Ravenstein, Ernst Georg, Book/Printed Material The Cotonou Agreement and its implications for the regional trade agenda in Eastern and Southern Africa Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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