Bahengo

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Capital: Saint-Andrès
Population: 315,000 (2023)
Motto: No motto
Anthem: « La république guide le peuple »

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History

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History of Bahengo
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Government and politics

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Government of Bahengo
Republic
CapitalSaint-Andrès


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Administrative divisions


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Administrative divisions of Bahengo
First-level3 régions
Second-leveldistrict


Geography

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Geography of Bahengo
ContinentUletha
Population315,000 (2023)
Area
• Total1,900 km2
Time zoneWUT+6:00

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Economy

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Economy of Bahengo
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The economy of Bahengo is diversified, but its prosperity is largely due to the advantageous taxation it offers. Corporate taxes are very low, which attracts many companies to set up their headquarters in the country. In addition, the country is home to many banks that contribute to the national wealth.

The tourism sector is also an important resource for Bahengo. Cruises regularly stop at the port of Saint-Andrès, attracting tourists from around the world to discover the beautiful volcanic landscapes and white sand beaches. Nature tourism, with activities such as hiking and diving, is booming in the country. It is also worth noting that the gaming sector is another tourist asset with the presence of several casinos in the main cities of Bahengo.

Finally, the mining sector is an important pillar of Bahengo's economy. The country has some natural resource operations such as copper, gold, sulfur, and phosphate, which are exploited by local and foreign companies. This industry is essential for the export of these raw resources and contributes to the country's economic growth.

Despite Bahengo's economic growth, there is a significant economic disparity in the population. Workers in sectors such as finance and mining enjoy high salaries and social benefits, while many other residents work in less lucrative sectors or are unemployed. The government is working to reduce these inequalities through economic and social development programs aimed at improving infrastructure and diversifying the economy to create jobs for all residents.

Energy

Bahengo's energy is mainly produced from renewable sources, particularly geothermal and hydroelectric power. The policy to stop the use of fossil fuels for electricity production was implemented in 1998. Since then, Bahengo has gradually eliminated the use of thermal power plants for electricity production, and the last oil-fired power plant was closed in 2014.

45% of electricity production comes from geothermal power plants located near volcanic areas. Indeed, the country has significant geothermal potential due to its geographical position. Geothermal power plants allow electricity to be produced from the natural heat of the Earth, without greenhouse gas emissions.

40% of electricity production comes from hydroelectric power plants. Bahengo has a mountainous terrain that offers many opportunities for dam construction. These dams are powered by the rivers that flow down from the mountains and allow for renewable and low greenhouse gas-emitting electricity production.

Finally, 15% of electricity production comes from other sources such as solar and wind energy. Although these sources are less used than others due to their high cost, they can contribute to diversifying the energy mix and reducing dependence on fossil fuels.

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