Countries Exported by Zambia
Zambia or officially known as the Republic of Zambia, is a non-coastal country in the southern part of the African continent. Before the country gained its independence by the name of Zambia, it became a British colony under the name of Northern Rhodesia until 1924 and became under the aegis of the United Kingdom. Its capital is Lusaka. Surface area; 752.614 km2. Zambia is neighboring Angora, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, Malawi, Namibia, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. aşkenti; Lusaka’dır.
Cities of Zambia
Lusaka, Livingstone, Choma, Mongu, Sesheke, Kaoma, Kabwe, Kapiri Mposhi, Mumbwa, Copperbelt, Chililabombwe, Chingola, Kalulushi, Kitwe, Chipata, Kasama, Kansanshi etc.
Zambia phone code
In Zambia, 65% of the population is engaged in agriculture and 35% in industry and trade. The main agricultural products of the country are as follows; corn, tobacco, peanut, cotton and sugar. Textile, rubber, pipe, explosive and tobacco industries have developed. Rubber and ivory are important sources of wealth in the country. The fact that there is no way out of the land to the sea is a problem for Zambia. Current railway is linked to Zimbabwe.
Zambia's Export Products
Major export goods of Zambia; copper, lead, zinc and tobacco. The country imports most of the finished goods and machinery. Copper is the main export commodity. Refined Copper, Raw Copper, Precious Stones, Raw Tobacco and Corn.
Zambia's Import Products
Refined Oil, Other Casting Products, Excavating Machines, Delivery Trucks and Packaged Medicines.
Most of the exported goods go to Japan, France, England and the United States. Also; India, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Belgium, Luxembourg.
Zambia's import countries
Most of the imported goods come from Saudi Arabia, Germany and the USA. Also; South Africa, China, India, Zimbabwe.
Nations Living in Zambia
Most Zambians belong to the Bantu tribes. There are 73 tribes divided into eight major ethnic groups in Zambia. Barotseler in the southwest, Bembalar in the north and Çeva in the east are important ethnic groups.
Languages spoken in Zambia
Official language is English. Zambian people speak 30 languages. Bemba, Lozi, Nyanja, Tonga, Luvale and Lunda are among the most widely spoken languages.