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Benin Gross National Income

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Benin multicolour vector map showing the average income of the country's departments, creating three levels of income than the average respect for the country (high, medium, low). It also shows internal and external borders of Benin, the name of each departments says the capital departments and also shows the country's drainage system. The map attached a chart that compares the average gross income of Benin in Africa.

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Benin vector map showing the level of gross income of its twelve departments ( Atakora, Borgou,
Kouffo,Ouémé, Plateau, ...) on the total country. Benin's economy is underdeveloped and dependent. Cotton represents 40% of GDP and about 80% of export revenue officers. Benin began producing a modest amount of oil at sea in October 1982. Production ceased in recent years but exploration of new locations is ongoing. A modest fishing fleet provides fish and shrimp for local subsistence and export to Europe.The GPD nominal per capita is estimated in 1,500$.
The regions with the greater gross income are Atlantique, Ouémé and Littoral, bordering regions with Atlantic Ocean. The regions with mid-level ingress are Couffo, Mono, Colines, Plateau, and Borgou, while the Donga, Alibori and Atakora regions of Benin showing a lower gross income below country's average level. If we compare with Africa, Benin has half of ingress gross less than that of Africa.