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Equatorial Guinea
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Adjusted savings: gross savings (% of GNI)
1997,1996,1995,1994,1993,1992,1991,1990,1989,1988
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Adjusted savings: gross savings (% of GNI)

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Timeline:
This timeline shows a graph from 1988 to 1997 of Equatorial Guinea. No data until 1987. Number of actual observations by date: 10.
Source name:
World Development Indicators
Source organization:
World Bank national accounts data files.
Categories, topics:
Economy & Growth, Environment
Last updated:
apr 23, 2017
Indicators value changes by year
Mean:
-32.236
Minimum:
-181.269
jan 1, 1997
Maximum:
50.291
jan 1, 1995
At the date of observation
Value
Absolute change
Change from previous value
jan 1, 1988
-52.18
-52.18
0.0%
jan 1, 1989
-52.224
-0.044
0.08%
jan 1, 1990
-42.209
+10.015
-19.18%
jan 1, 1991
30.886
+73.095
-173.17%
jan 1, 1992
-21.813
-52.699
-170.63%
jan 1, 1993
9.795
+31.608
-144.91%
jan 1, 1994
25.002
+15.207
155.25%
jan 1, 1995
50.291
+25.289
101.15%
jan 1, 1996
-88.637
-138.928
-276.25%
jan 1, 1997
-181.269
-92.632
104.51%
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