The Republic of Niger is a country of parliamentary republic in the west of the African continent and which does not have a seashore. Niger is adjacent to Algeria and Libya in the north, Chad in the east, Nigeria and Benin in the south, Burkina Faso and Mali in the west. The surface area is 1,186,408 km2. The Capital is Niamey.
Cities of Niger
Niger's Area Code: +227
Niger's Currency: West African CFA Franc
95% of the people are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. The national income is around $ 310. He improved his economy after the discovery of uranium.
More millet, rice, sweeper, corn, peanut and cotton are produced. Cattle and camel production is at an important level. Only 3% of the territory of Niger is suitable for cultivation.
Niger is rich in underground resources. It has uranium, petroleum, phosphate, coal and zinc deposits. The uranium mine, which refreshes the economy of the country, is quite abundant, but its operation, technique and industry is dependent on Western countries, the US and Japan.
Niger also earns large revenue from meat production. Food, textile and cement industries are available to meet the needs of the country. Fishing is an important source of income.
Niger has no heavy industry outside its uranium facilities. Current industrial enterprises are small plants and facilities for the processing of some agricultural products, textiles, cement production and so on. 3.1% of the working population is employed in the industrial sector. The share of the industrial sector in the gross domestic product is 8%.
Nigeria's Export Products
Radioactive Chemicals, Gold, Rice, Palm Oil and Refined Oil.
Nigeria's Import Products
Aircraft Parts, Brass, Cars, Palm Oil and Delivery Trucks.
Nigeria's Export Countries
France, China, United Arab Emirates, Thailand and Malaysia.
Nigeria's Imported Countries
France, China, the United States, Nigeria and India
Nations living in Niger
Hauser creates 52% of the population of Niger. The second ethnic element is the Songlu, which has a ratio of 18%. Fulanies, Tuaregs, Kanuris, Chad Tebues, Kanembues and Budumas live there. The rest are small ethnic elements.
Languages spoken in Niger
Official language is French. Local languages such as Hausa, Songay, Fulani and Tuareg are spoken among the public.