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Central African Rep Gross National Income

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Central African Republic multicolour vector map showing the average income of the country's islands, creating three levels of income than the average respect for the country (high, medium, low). The map attached a chart that compares the average gross income of Central African Republic in Africa.

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Central African Republic vector map showing the level of gross income of its fourteen prefectures on the total country. The economy of the CAR is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops. The per capita income of the CAR is often listed as being around $300 a year, said to be one of the lowest in the world. Diamonds constitute the most important export of the CAR, accounting for 40–55% of export revenues, but an estimated 30–50% of the diamonds produced each year leave the country clandestinely.