Information Center: Economy, 2011

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December 9, 2011

The government of Equatorial Guinea is spending $77 million to construct a new luxury presidential guest house and $19 million on a new Basilica.

Economist Intelligence Unit
August 2, 2011

Country Risk Service is a comprehensive two-year forecasting service that monitors risks in 120 key markets. It is designed for commercial bankers, institutional investors and corporate executives who invest in both emerging and developed markets. The service measures political, economic policy and economic structure risks as well as currency, sovereign debt and banking sector risks.

International Business Publications, USA
October 9, 2011

Business intelligence information for successful export-import, business and investment operations, strategic contacts and more. Updated annually

International Business Publications, USA
January 9, 2011

Annual overview of political & economic conditions in Equatorial Guinea, including foreign relations, energy sector development and communications.

International Business Publications, USA
April 3, 2011

Annual guide to conducting business and investing in Equatorial Guinea.

International Business Publications, USA
October 8, 2011

Overview of Equatorial Guinea intended for businesses interested in doing business in Equatorial Guinea

International Business Publications, USA
January 9, 2011

Yearly report as part of the World Business Information Catalog on recent economic and political developments and changes in Equatorial Guinea that affect the international business environment.

EG Justice
June 16, 2011

The government of Equatorial Guinea is spending billions on showcase infrastructure projects. Will that lead to sustainable development in Equatorial Guinea?

African Economic Outlook
June 3, 2011

Presents recent data and analysis on the Equatoguinean economy, fiscal policy, monetary policy, trade and development.

August 10, 2011

Corruption is a cancer that undermines human rights, reinforces social inequality, and cripples the development of the population.

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