- Country study guide
This site contains a wealth
of information about this country, from history to transportation.
Mbendi provides an broad analysis
of selected industry sectors in countries around the world.
of Congress country studies
The Library of Congress is
one of the major online sources of research and information
in the US and provides a fairly comprehensive country
studies covering a whole host of topics, including the
economy , trade, industry and business. This is one of
the more comprehensive sources of information and should
serve as one of your first ports of call.
Economist country briefing
The Economist provides a more
economic view of the country, but also includes recent
economic, political and other news, economic data, a short
history as well as a poltical overview. The Economist
is a respected source of information and is an essential
port of call in your secondary research efforts.
The BBC provides an overview
of the country, covering the following headings; overview,
facts, leaders, and media view. The focus is more
on "newsy" and political items rather than on hard economic
information. Nevertheless, the information is concise
and up-to-date. This is a good site to get an overall
feel of what is happening in the country currently.
profile from NationsOnline
This site provides a gateway
of links to other sites covering topics such as government,
news, business, culture, education, etc. It is more focused
on cultural, poltical and related information, rather
than on economic or trade matters. It is worth a visit
if you are trying to get a broader perspective of the
country commercial guides
This site links to documents
covering a country overview that has been prepared by
the U.S. Department of Commerce (STAT-USA). The guide
is quite comprehensive, but has obviously been written
from a US perspective.