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|Title:||Surging São Tomé: Waiting for Oil in the Gulf of Guinea|
Gulf of Guinea
|Publisher:||Council on Foreign Relations|
|Abstract:||A two-island nation in the Gulf of Guinea, São Tomé and Príncipe is Africa's second-smallest country, with population of 187,000. It is a peaceful Creole society without ethnic, religious, or linguistic cleavages. Yet and Príncipe is an impoverished country -- as of 2011, it possessed the world's third smallest national economy, its GDP per capita was just $1,473.|
|Appears in Collections:||CEI-OP - Outras publicações|
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