African Development Indicators 2000 by World Bank

By World Bank

This up-to-date model of the African improvement symptoms presents a revised and improved statistical number of the main specific information on Africa on hand in a single quantity. It offers facts on fifty three African international locations, prepared in three hundred separate tables or matrices offering greater than 350 symptoms of improvement.

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Year t, and Growth rates of GNP per capita for this table are shown in real terms. They have been calculated by the least-squares method using constant GNP per capita series in 1995 prices in national currency (World Bank, BESD). See also technical notes for Table 2-19. Life expectancy at birth indicates the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of its birth were to remain the same throughout its life. Figures are World 12 Sekcted Background Data Bank estimates based on data from the UN Population Division, the UN Statistical Office, and national statistical offices.

0 . 2- .. ~ Note: 1998 data are preliminary (see page 3). Since 1994. Nigeria's ratios are distorted because the official exchange rate used by the Governmentfor oil exports and oil value added is significantly overvalued. National Accounts 24 2-8. 4 Burundi I3 9 ~_ -~ . ~ -. _ ~ _ _. 2 Moi occo 24 2 23 I 27. _-____ .. 0 .. 1 .. 3 _. 4 . 0 ~_____ __ __ __ . 8 25 9 24 2 ... _____ . 4 .. 5 25. 0 .. 7 _ Note I998 data are preliininarp (see page 3 ) Since 1994. 0 National Accounts 25 2-9. Gross public investment - ~- I980 excluding South Afiica excl.

9 Figure 1-1. (continued) 10 Figure 1-2. Selected basic indicators, 1998* 0 Literacy rate** GNP per capita Population growth (percent) (US$ thousands) (annual percent change) 20 * Or most recent year available. ** Sorted by total literacy rate. 0 Sekcted Background Data 11 Technical Notes Tables Atlas conversion factor for any year is the average of the official exchange rate (Table 3-4) or alternative Table 1-1. Basic indicators. The data for this table conversion factor (Table 3-6) for that year and for the two preceding years, after adjusting them for differences in relative inflation between that country and the United States.

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