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Comoros - The economy (Inglês)

Describes social and economic conditions in the Comoros and the government's attempts to modernize the feudal society through land reform, institution of a new system of local government, restructuring of the central administration, agricultural development, provision of basic transport infrastructure, and educational reforms; assesses Comoros' prospects and foreign aid needs and stresses the importance of formulating policies and programs for dealing with explosive population growth and consequent degradation of agricultural and forestry resources.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1979/07/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Publicação

  • No. do relatório

    PUB1626

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Comores,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Comoros - The economy

  • Palavras-chave

    population per hospital bed;high rate of population growth;road engineer;access to safe water;life expectancy at birth;average number of person;energy consumption per capita;children of school age;cultivation of tree crop;balance of payment;population growth rate;social and institutional;Population Age structure;trade and transportation;cover of clay;high infant mortality;number of visitors;primary school teacher;lack of infrastructure;crude birth rate;Access to Electricity;gnp per capita;adult literacy rate;total labor force;secondary school system;crude death rate;family planning acceptors;food and nutrition;infant mortality rate;paucity of data;population per physician;population per nurse;rates of interest;asset and liability;alternative energy source;cost of import;primary school level;rate of growth;total public expenditure;water catchment areas;availability of data;average annual rainfall;problem of deforestation;cost of electricity;pattern of development;central banking law;food crop production;water supplies;cultivable land;small villages;Coral Reef;land use;government expenditure;trade deficit;social indicator;land area;arable land;sandy beaches;animal protein;physical infrastructure;perennial streams;food production;agricultural product;volcanic rock;social structure;export crop;export earning;export earnings;financial aid;financial constraint;external assistance;absolute poverty;lava flow;stationary population;economic dependency;private enterprise;traditional methods;open ocean;thick forest;road system;export industry;cash crop;foreign enterprise;participation rate;surface water;domestic revenue;poverty target;agricultural activity;relative poverty;Rain forest;extreme values;common feature;forest land;administrative practice;political issue;monetary authority;mountain chains;monthly temperature;water course;gully erosion;plant growing;lateritic soil;small boat;secondary level;coastal region;currency board;essential services;mineral deposit;commercial bank;minorities for states;coastal area;small holder;skilled personnel;development policy;administrative service;substantial inflow;underground water;open market;budgetary saving;government investment;investment rate;natural rate;land pressure;net immigration;soil erosion;budgetary problem;real gdp;commercial activity;foreign exchange;commercial credit;retail outlet;private capital;import policy;foreign assistance;essential goods;decentralization program;traditional housing;arab culture;medical service;primary forest;main road;opposition party;salty water;fresh water;underground reservoir;low tide;sea bed;smaller one;narrow street;human habitation;rain catchment;economic recession;communal land;extended family;customary law;private individuals;small farmer;ocean-going vessel;wooden frame;fertile land;administrative capital;traditional craftsmen;crisis situation;external trade;monetary system;institutional change;political situation;public operation;foreign trade;financial situation;land capability;export performance;fishery development;manufacturing activities;construction industry;married woman;industrial diversification;transport constraint;sea transport;radio receiver;Postal Services;budgetary situation;port specialist;Economic Studies;transport economist;economic study;restricted use;internal research;principal export;agricultural service;statistical table;agricultural production;Rural Sector;natural harbor;sectoral composition;fiscal system;annual salary;banking system;short-term credit;annex annex;public finance;road improvement;Population Density;Population Projection;urban population;vital statistic;popular support;international boundary;government revenue;agricultural land;paved road;coal equivalent;dry season;surface area;territorial community;national assembly;international port;forestry resource;public power;power supply;enrollment ratio;Health Service;external aid;Population Policy;school situation;rural area;electricity production;cumulative total

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