Is Tunisia wealthy?
No, Tunisia isn't wealthy. The GDP per capita of Tunisia is 3979.42 US dollars in 2013.
no, residents earn less that $4000.00 per anum, with a high percentage of the rural population earning less than $1.00 a day
Sudan is very poor. Many people died in the last few year. (thousands)
Tanzania is a very poor country, even in comparison with many African countries.
Not necessarily, Turkey is a developing European Union candidate country that has approx. 15.000 dollars of GDP per capita , besides it is the 15th most powerful economy in the world according to recent list of the World Bank.
The Maasai do not accumulate money; they hold their cattle in such high regard that the cattle themselves are seen as a measure of a man's wealth. Any man who has at least 50 cattle would be seen as being wealthy.
As with all countries and places, not all the inhabitants are wealthy, indeed less than 1% of any countries citizens are wealthy.
??? of course, although there are a great many more poor people
Libya became wealthy because of the large amount of crude oil that can be found there, and because of the large demand of oil in other countries. Libya has the 9th largest supply of oil in the world. Libya produces about 3.3 million barrels a day.
from trading i guess
Thats where the white peoplee live who own the diamond mines
they grew wealthy by trading in gold and salt.
Great Zimbabwe is in the south-eastern part of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwi.
Oil and that's all Libya has. Its a vast desert wasteland.
The french helped us out because we were going to war against England and France HATED England.
The west Africans grew wealthy though trade because they made taxes for people who came in and out of their territory.
The ancient kingdoms of Mali, Ghana, and Songhai grew very rich from the salt and gold trade before European Colonization.
In the 1400's West Africa had been the home of several West African empires. Some historians use the term Mali Empire to designate the Islamic empires of the 1400's. Power changed hands several times in the 14th and 15th centuries. These empires' wealth came from gold.
control of mediterranes trade routes