Liechtenstein (population 37,000) has a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) larger than 14 African states, while Belgium (pop. 11m) and Australia (pop. 24m) have a GDP larger than 41 African states and their population of more than 990 million all added together—definitive proof that achievement is linked to race, and not “environment.”

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the value of economic activity within a country—the sum of the market values, or prices, of all final goods and services produced in an economy during a period of time.

According to GDP data issued by the World Bank, and population figures provided from the United Nations, the combined GDP of 41 sub-Saharan African states are as follows:

Angola has a GDP of $89.6 billion, and a population of 29.7 million,

Benin has a GDP of 8.5 billion, and a population of 11.1 million,

Botswana has a GDP of $15.2 billion, and a population of 2.2 million,

Burkina Faso has a GDP of $12.1 billion, and a population of 19.1 million,

Burundi has a GDP of $3 billion, and a population of 10.8 million,

Cameroon has a GDP of $24.2 billion, and a population of 24 million,

Central African Republic has a GDP of $1.7 billion, and a population of 46 million,

Chad has a GDP of $9.6 billion, and a population of 14.8 million,

Democratic Republic of the Congo has a GDP of $34.9 billion, and a population of 81.3 million,

Djibouti has a GDP of $1.7 billion, and a population of 0.9 million,

Equatorial Guinea has a GDP of $10.1 billion, and a population of 1.2 million,

Eritrea has a GDP of $2.6 billion, and a population of 5 million,

Ethiopia has a GDP of $72.3 billion, and a population of 104.9 million,

Gabon has a GDP of $14.2 billion, and a population of 2 million,

Gambia has a GDP of $0.9 billion, and a population of 2.1 million,

Ghana has a GDP of $42.6 billion, and a population of 28.8 million,

Guinea Bissau has a GDP of $1.1 billion, and a population of 1.8 million,

Guinea has a GDP of $0.2 billion, and a population of 12.7 million,

Ivory Coast has a GDP of $36.1 billion, and a population of 24.2 million,

Kenya has a GDP of $70.5 billion, and a population of 49.6 million,

Lesotho has a GDP of $2.2 billion, and a population of 2.2 million,

Liberia has a GDP of $2.1 billion, and a population of 4.7 million,

Malawi has a GDP of $5.4 billion, and a population of 18.6 million,

Mali has a GDP of $14.0 billion, and a population of 18.5 million,

Mauritania has a GDP of $4.6 billion, and a population of 4.4 million,

Mozambique has a GDP of $11 billion, and a population of 29 million,

Namibia has a GDP of $10.2 billion, and a population of 2.5 million,

Niger has a GDP of $7.5 billion, and a population of 21.4 million,

Nigeria has a GDP of $405 billion, and a population of 191 million,

Republic of the Congo has a GDP of $7.8 billion, and a population of 5.2 million,

Rwanda has a GDP of $8.3 billion, and a population of 12.2 million,

Senegal has a GDP of $14.7 billion, and a population of 15.8 million,

Sierra Leone has a GDP of $3.6 billion, and a population of 7.5 million,

Somalia has a GDP of $6.2 billion, and a population of 2.1 million,

Sudan has a GDP of $95.5 billion, and a population of 40.5 million,

Swaziland has a GDP of $3.7 billion, and a population of 1.3 million,
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