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Appendix 2. Additional Tables and Figures

Author(s):
Sanjeev Gupta, Kevin Carey, and Ulrich Jacoby
Published Date:
October 2007
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Table A1.Export Shares of Major Product Categories, 1995 and 2005(In percent, ranked by 2005 shares)
Share of Nonfuel Exports
Three-Digit CategoryProduct Code198519952005
Manufacturing
Pearls and precious stones6673.910.614.1
Silver and platinum6814.84.98.4
Iron blocks6713.64.04.7
Aluminum6840.81.64.1
Clothing8411.34.03.8
Road motor vehicles7320.20.83.6
Nonelectrical machinery7190.10.82.5
Copper6827.73.61.6
Iron sheets6740.80.61.4
Ships7351.70.41.3
Wood boards6310.71.11.3
Inorganic chemical elements5220.80.61.1
Iron (preshaped)6720.40.91.0
Share of above in total exports26.733.748.9
Share of all manufacturing37.144.459.0
Nonmanufacturing
Cocoa0729.96.35.6
Fruit and nuts0573.14.54.5
Base metal ores and concentrates2875.03.23.8
Iron ore and concentrates2814.12.12.9
Cotton2632.73.21.9
Fish0340.71.91.9
Wood (rough)2472.83.61.7
Wood (simple forms)2480.92.21.5
Shellfish0361.52.41.5
Sugar and honey0612.62.41.5
Coffee07111.76.71.4
Raw vegetable materials2920.91.31.3
Tobacco1211.71.70.9
Tea0741.70.70.3
Wool2681.50.40.2
Share of above in total (percent)51.843.231.4
Source: UN Comtrade.Note: The indicated categories are at the three-digit SITC level and are those that accounted for at least 1 percent of total sub-Saharan African nonfuel exports in 1985.
Source: UN Comtrade.Note: The indicated categories are at the three-digit SITC level and are those that accounted for at least 1 percent of total sub-Saharan African nonfuel exports in 1985.
Table A2.Subgroups of Countries
Oil-ProducingCoastalLandlockedNon-Oil Resource-Intensive
AngolaBeninBurkina FasoBotswana
CameroonCape VerdeBurundiGuinea
Congo, Rep. ofComorosCentral African Rep.Namibia
Equatorial GuineaCôte d’IvoireChadSão Tomé and Príncipe
GabonThe GambiaCongo, Dem. Rep. ofSierra Leone
NigeriaGhanaEthiopiaZambia
Guinea-BissauLesotho
KenyaMalawi
MadagascarMali
MauritiusNiger
MozambiqueRwanda
SenegalSwaziland
SeychellesUganda
South AfricaZimbabwe
Tanzania
Togo
Source: Collier and O’Connell (2007).Note: See Appendix 1.
Source: Collier and O’Connell (2007).Note: See Appendix 1.

Figure A1a.Selected Economies: Food and Beverage

(Percent of total exports)
(Percent of total exports)

Source: UN Comtrade.

Note: Three countries are omitted from panel (d) because their fuel export shares are always tiny.

Figure A1b.Selected Economies: Crude Inedible Materials

(Percent of total exports)
(Percent of total exports)

Source: UN Comtrade.

Note: Three countries are omitted from panel (d) because their fuel export shares are always tiny.

Figure A1c.Selected Economies: Manufacturing Share of Total Exports

(Percent of total exports)
(Percent of total exports)

Source: UN Comtrade.

Note: Three countries are omitted from panel (d) because their fuel export shares are always tiny.

Figure A1d.Selected Economies: Fuels Share of Total Exports

(Percent of total exports)
(Percent of total exports)

Source: UN Comtrade.

Note: Three countries are omitted from panel (d) because their fuel export shares are always tiny.

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