Equatorial Guinea

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Official Name Republic of Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea
Capital Malabo
Location Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra, between Cameroon and Gabon
Area total: 28,051 sq km land: 28,051 sq km water: 0 sq km
Climate tropical; always hot, humid
Terrain coastal plains rise to interior hills; islands are volcanic
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Trade Agreements

Cotonou Agreement

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The Cotonou Agreement is aimed at the reduction and eventual eradication of poverty while contributing to sustainable development and to the gradual integration of ACP countries into the world economy. The revised Cotonou Agreement is also concerned with the fight against impunity and promotion of criminal justice through the International Criminal Court. The agreement also provides for reciprocal trade agreements, meaning that not only the EU provides duty-free access to its markets for ACP exports, but ACP countries also provide duty-free access to their own markets for EU exports.

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Trade Organizations

Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)

The purpose of CEMAC is to promote economic integration among countries that share a common currency, the CFA franc. CEMAC promotes trade, institution of a genuine common market, and greater solidarity amongst peoples towards under-privileged countries and regions. Currently, CEMAC countries share a common financial, regulatory, and legal structure, and maintain a common external tariff on imports from non-CEMAC countries. It is a subgroup of ECCAS/CEEAC.

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Economic and Monetary Community of Central Asia (CEMAC)

The purpose of CEMAC is to promote economic integration among countries that share a common currency, the CFA franc. CEMAC promotes trade, institution of a genuine common market, and greater solidarity amongst peoples towards under-privileged countries and regions. Currently, CEMAC countries share a common financial, regulatory, and legal structure, and maintain a common external tariff on imports from non-CEMAC countries. It is a subgroup of ECCAS/CEEAC.

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