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The Republic of the Equatorial Guinea is positioned in the Central African Republic and formally the colony of Spanish Guinea. Its location is near both the equator and Gulf of guinea. The capital of the Equatorial Guinea is Oyala, the largest future capital city replacing the former Malabo capital city bordered by Cameroon in the north and Gabon on the south and east.
For very many years Spanish (Equatoguinean Spanish) has been used has official language in Equatorial Guinea and French together with the Portuguese language also being adopted as an official language of education and administration. However, there are yet other indigenous languages used like Frang, Bube, Benga, Ndowe, Balengue, BujebaBisso and Gumu and very many others rendering the country multilingual. This has therefore called for language translators to join and support with language services in such a multilingual state which Translate 4 Africa is readily available when required anywhere.
Pre-independence equatorial counted on cocoa, coffee, and timber production for hard currency earnings. The discovery of oil reserves in 1996 and its subsequent exploitation have contributed to a drastic increase in government revenue. Forestry, farming, and fishing also major components of GDP Equatorial Guinea.
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