Central Africans

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Central African Republic - Economy
... cash crops is indicated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central Africans, ranges between 200,000 and 300,000 tons a year, while the production of cotton, the principal ... quantities but they still constitute the principal cash crops of the country because Central Africans derive far more income from the periodic sale of surplus food crops than from ... CAR is more important than the formal economy for most Central Africans ...
Jean-Bédel Bokassa - Coup D'état
... Vive la République centrafricaine! Translation Central Africans! Central Africans! This is Colonel Bokassa speaking to you ... Central Africans, wherever you may be, be assured that the army will defend you and your property.. ... Long live the Central African Republic! ...
Administrative Divisions Of The Central African Republic - Economy
... The economy of the Central African Republic is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops such as cassava, peanuts, maize, sorghum, millet, sesame, and plantain ... indicated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central Africans, ranges between 200,000 and 300,000 tons a year ... in large quantities but they still constitute the principal cash crops of the country because Central Africans derive far more income from the periodic sale of surplus food crops than ...
Saint-Sylvestre Coup D'état - Coup D'état On 31 December and 1 January
... In the morning, Bokassa addressed the public via Radio-Bangui Central Africans! Central Africans! This is Colonel Bokassa speaking to you ... Central Africans, wherever you may be, be assured that the army will defend you and your property.. ... Long live the Central African Republic! ...

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