BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — The country of Burundia has been rocked by the collapse of its government and the collapse in economic activity, with the nation’s economy shrinking by as much as 6% in the past year.
Burundi is one of two African countries that has been plagued by a political crisis since 2013, and the country is currently grappling with a severe economic crisis, with a massive unemployment rate and a lack of investment and infrastructure.
The Burundian economy is in recession, with inflation at a record high, and unemployment at more than 30%.
There are no official statistics on Burundians, but some reports say unemployment rates are as high as 90%.
Burundia is currently ranked 142 out of 187 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Its economy is expected to shrink by 2% this year, according to a new report by the World Bank, with some economists estimating that the country’s economy could shrink by a whopping 30%.
The Burundan economy has shrunk by 7.6% in 2016, according the World Economic Forum, with many experts predicting that the economy could decline by more than 25% by 2020.
Burunas economic troubles began with a coup in July 2013, when a group of politicians who had previously supported the government took power.
That triggered a civil war, which killed tens of thousands of people.
The Burunas military has been accused of abuses, including torture and extrajudicial executions.
The country has also seen a series of coups, including in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2018.
Burundis economy has seen some positive signs in recent years, with growth rates topping 20% in some areas.
Burugia, meanwhile, is one small African country that has experienced a massive economic crisis in recent times.
The African country’s gross domestic product has shrunk to its lowest level since 1994, with GDP down by about 9% in 2017 and 2018, according World Bank data.
Burulis GDP is currently down by more that 15% in 2018, and by more in 2020 than in 2017.
Burudis GDP has also fallen by more then 6% over the past five years.
Burupa, Burundas second largest city, is located on the border with Russia, and was the site of a massive coup attempt in 2015 that was foiled by the Burundin army.
The coup attempt resulted in the death of more than 100 people.
Burupa is also the center of an extensive trade dispute with Russia.
The economic crisis has also caused a massive exodus of Burunans.
About 10% of Buruans population lives in Russia.
Burunis government has struggled to find jobs for the millions of people who left the country.
The country has struggled with economic difficulties for the past several years, and Burundans government is struggling to find money for the countrys basic needs, such as food, fuel and basic services, in an effort to get the economy going again.
Burunga is one country where the population is growing and a lot of people are working, but the unemployment rate is still a major concern, as the country continues to face a huge economic crisis.
Buruntas unemployment rate in 2017 was a staggering 22%, with about 1.4 million people unemployed, according a new World Bank report.
Buruku is a town located in the eastern region of Burugia in the country of Mozambique.
It is a center of ethnic tensions in the area, where ethnic groups have fought for centuries.
The town is home to the Burunan ethnic group, who are considered to be the descendants of the people of the Burunga region.
In the 1960s, the Buruanski government built a highway to make Burungas population more economically viable, but now the roads are destroyed.
Burukunas unemployment has remained high, at about 28% in 2019.
A report by a private investment firm estimated that Burukunans unemployment rate will reach 40% by 2040, and is expected in that year to reach 45%.
The Buruinka government has been struggling to solve the economic crisis as the unemployment problem continues to worsen.
The unemployment rate has been increasing by more often than not, with recent months seeing unemployment rates rise by double digits.
Buruins unemployment rate continues to increase.
In 2016, the unemployment in Buruanka was around 30%, according to the World Bureau of the Organization of Economic Cooperation & Development.
The jobless rate is currently around 32%.
In 2018, the jobless number was over 40%.
Buruanka has been experiencing the worst of the economic troubles, with unemployment rates hovering around 25% for the majority of the year.
Buruaka has a population of about 50,000 people, which means that about half of the population are unemployed.
The economic situation in Buruku is extremely difficult for Burukas people, with food prices soaring, unemployment rates climbing