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  1. Library Resource
    April, 2013

    The Republic of Congo covers an area of
    342,000 square kilometers (km), of which forests occupy
    three-fifths, the rest being dominated by savannah. Oil has
    long been the principal resource of Congo. Since the first
    exploitations were launched in 1970, the oil sector has
    become the dominant economic activity and major source of
    income for the state. The growth rate in real terms was 8.8
    percent in 2010, with gross domestic product (GDP) per

  2. Library Resource
    January, 2014

    This report aims at providing
    stakeholders with a good analysis of the potential impacts
    of mining development on the Congo Basin forests. It is one
    of a series of outputs prepared during a two-year exercise
    to analyze and better understand the deforestation dynamics
    in the Basin. It presents the main findings of an analysis
    of the mining potential in the Congo Basin as well as the
    global trends in demand of minerals tries to identify ways

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