After four decades of oil production, Gabon’s population of one million people should be enjoying the highest standards of health and education in Africa.
But critics say a tiny elite has siphoned-off the oil wealth. And the economy has been ravaged by the “Dutch Disease” – an economic malaise which sees the non-oil sector shrink and die even as the oil dollars roll in. And now the oil itself is running out.
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