Energy Means Life

by Nataliya Zaiser
Sub-Saharan countries are demonstrating a continuous upward trend. Since 2000, the region has been posting a rapid economic growth (their de facto GDP rise surpasses indicators of other major regional economic blocs) amid improving social conditions (a decline in infant mortality rates and a longer life expectancy) and progressive political liberalization (around 5% of African countries were recognized as democracies in the 1990s, and only a handful of 55 African nations are lacking a multi-party constitutional system nowadays). Energy is...
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