This map of Africa shows each country’s largest import sources.
The European Union is the most preferred importer of the majority of African nations. The other leading countries importing to Africa are India, China, and the continent’s very own South Africa.
The western African country of Liberia gets most of its imports from Singapore. Meanwhile, Mali depends on its nearby neighbor, Ghana.
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