Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea: 1,313 statistics available

General Information

In the first part you can find a summary of the most important information. Detailled statistics can be found in the second part: Statistics by category
Equatorial Guinea is a country in Central Africa.
Equatorial Guinea has 799.372 people. With 4,89 births per women Equatorial Guinea has a high fertility rate in the international comparison. According to the current population prospects of the United Nations the population of Equatorial Guinea in the year 2050 will rise to 1,62 million and in the year 2100 to 2,42 million. The life expectency in Equatorial Guinea is 52,9 years.

Equatorial Guinea has an area of 28.050 sq. km and ranks 142th among all countries in the world. With a population density of 28,5 people per sq. km Equatorial Guinea ranks number 174 among all countries in the world. By 2050 the population density will rise to 57,9 people per sq. km und and by 2100 will rise to 86,2 people per sq. km. The borderline with its neighboring countries totals 539 km. In addition, it has a coastline (length between land and sea including islands) of 296 km.

The gross domestic product in the year 2016 was 10,18 billion US $ and ranks 137th among the world economies. The gross domestic product per capita totals 8.333 US $ and is therefore in the in the middle in the international comparison. With a debt level of 11,0 % of the GDP Equatorial Guinea ranks among the countries with a low debt level. Die unemployment rate in the year 2016 amounts to 7,3 %.
Country Status Independent State
UN member since 1968
ISO country code GQ
Internet Domain .gq
License plate GQ
Source of country borders: Geo Commons
License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

Statistics by category for Equatorial Guinea

All datasets for Equatorial Guinea by categories. For each category the number of data sets is displayed in brackets.
3 sample data sets are displayed for each category. To view all data sets for a category click on the category name.
Population and Health (144)
Population, total
Population growth rate (%)
Birth rate, per 1000 people
Energy and Environment (104)
CO2 emissions per capita (metric tons)
Natural gas, consumption (cu. meters)
CO2 emissions (kt)
Economy (392)
Gross domestic product in exchange rates (US $)
Gross domestic product real growth rate (%)
Inflation, consumer prices (annual %)
Education and Science (418)
Literacy rate, ages 15 and above, total (%)
Education expenditure, public (% of government expenditure)
Education expenditure, public (% of GDP)
Geography and Agriculture (230)
Area (sq. km)
National borders (km)
Coastline (km)
Transport and Communication (25)
Internet users
Mobile phones