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Economy, Foreign Trade

Gabon, exports, Customs, Central African Republic, France

In 2000 imports cost $0.93 billion and exports earned $2.09 billion. The Congo engages in considerable trade with the nearby countries of Cameroon, the Central African Republic, and Gabon, with which it is joined in the Customs and Economic Union of Central Africa. The country also has extensive commercial ties with France, the United States, and Italy.



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