Policy Analysis of Mali

644 WordsJan 31, 20183 Pages
Policy analysis is an established mannerism in the industrialized world, the use of it has been somewhat restricted to developing countries. Furthermore, the country that I chose to write a policy analysis is known as Mali. Mali is a landlocked nation in the West of Africa and southwest of Algeria. Its capital is Bamako and its area (size) is about 1,240,000 square kilometers, which holds about 14.5 million people. The realm’s political status is independent as a part of the Federation of Senegal (April, 1960), and Independent of Mali (September, 1960). The nation has harsh climatic weather creating economic issues, is lacking in natural resources. The land, natural resources consist of gold, phosphate, kaolin, salt, limestone, uranium, gypsum, granite, and hydropower, but not all resources are exploited. Firstly, Mali is a third world country who is among the ten poorest countries in the world; the 37 most heavily in debt poor countries. The country profoundly relies on agriculture, which consists of: rice, sorghum, livestock, fishing, mining (gold), and other minerals. Since this country is dependent on agriculture most of its income comes from exports. In fact, the realm exports 47.01% of raw cotton, refined petroleum, cruise ships, mixed mineral and chemical fertilizer, and other oily seeds. However the, country imports essential such as: cement, light pure woven cloth, soups and brothel, tea, and rice. With most of its money coming from land based materials Mali can
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