Country Facts

 

Basic Details
RegionAfrica
Capital CityBanjul
Government Typepresidential republic
Official LanguagesEnglish
CurrencyGambian dalasi, GMD
Phone Code +220
Important CitiesAbuko, Bakau, Banjul, Bansang, Basse Santa Su, Brikama, Brufut, Farafenni, Gimara Bakadaji, Gunjur, Janjanbureh (Georgetown), Jufureh, Kalagi, Kanilai, Kerewan, Kololi, Kuntaur, Lamin
National DayIndependence Day (Feb-18)
Economy
Ease of Doing Business Ranking155
Primary IndustriesAgriculture,Industry,Tourism.
Major ExportsMineral fuels, mineral oil, Wood and articles of wood, wood charcoal, Animal or vegetable fats and oils, Edible fruit and nuts, peel of citrus fruit, Vehicles other than railway or tramway rolling stock, Fish and crustaceans, molluscs, Man-made filaments, strip and the like of man-made textile materials, Machinery, mechanical appliances, nuclear reactors, boilers, Sugars and sugar confectionery, Preparations of vegetables, fruit, nuts
Major Exports to IndiaMachinery, mechanical appliances, nuclear reactors, boilers, Electrical machinery and equipment, Articles of iron or steel, Wood and articles of wood, wood charcoal, Cereals, Plastics and articles thereof, Iron and steel, Pharmaceutical products, Ceramic products, Man-made filaments, strip, Sugars and sugar confectionery
Major ImportsMineral fuels, mineral oils, Machinery, mechanical appliances, nuclear reactors, boilers, Cereals, Vehicles other than railway or tramway rolling stock, Sugars and sugar confectionery, Electrical machinery and equipment, Animal or vegetable fats and oils, Salt, sulphur, earths and stone, Articles of iron or steel, Iron and steel
Major Imports from IndiaEdible fruit and nuts, peel of citrus fruit , Iron and steel, Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, miscellaneous grains, Lac, gums, resins, Animal or vegetable fats and oils, Preparations of meat, of fish, Sugars and sugar confectionery, Cocoa and cocoa preparations, Preparations of cereals, flour,
Foreign Relations
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Trade Agreements with IndiaBilateral trade between The Gambia and India totaled US$90.90 million in 2015–16, declining by 17.08% from the previous fiscal year. India exported $59.54 million worth of goods to The Gambia, and imported $31.35 million. The main commodities exported by India to The Gambia are cotton yarn, fabrics and made-ups, cosmetics, toiletries, drugs and pharmaceuticals, and semi-finished iron and steel products. The major commodities imported by India from The Gambia are raw cashew and cotton.
Bordering NationsSenegal
Member of(African Union), ( Commonwealth of Nations), ( Organisation of Islamic Cooperation), ( United Nations)
Indian Embassy Details for GambiaH.E.Ram Mohan
Honorary Consul General
Honorary Consulate General of India (under Embassy of India in Senegal)
C/o Comafrique Limited, Oyster Creek, Denton Bridge (Next to GGC factory), PO Box 2389 Serrekunda PO, Banjul, The Gambia
Email: rammohan@gamtel.gm
Phone: 220 8600843
Website:
Embassy Details of Gambia in IndiaH.E. Mr. Sankung Fofana
Cda a.i.
High Commission of the Republic of the Gambia
68, Poorvi Marg (Ground Floor)Vasant ViharNew Delhi-110057
Email: gamhighcomdel@hotmail.com
Phone: +91-11-46120472, 46120473 (O)

 

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