Democratic Republic of Congo
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) has both coal and crude oil resources and is receiving world-wide attention for its potential role as an economic power in central Africa.
The DR Congo has infrastructure for hydro-electricity from the Congo River at the Inga dams and additionally possesses 50% of Africa’s forests and a river system that could supply hydro-electric power to the whole of Africa.
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