Bicol, South Sudan, is home to the world’s most populous and poorest region, home to some of the most impoverished people in the world.
The region is the epicentre of the war between the South Sudan government and the secessionist South Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA).
The conflict began when President Salva Kiir’s government seized control of the country in March 2017.
The SPLA has since imposed a series of draconian restrictions on the region and the region’s economy.
In the past two years, Bicol has experienced a major transformation.
The government has been making the region a tourist destination and offering a variety of opportunities for business, particularly in tourism, manufacturing and tourism.
Bicol has seen a number of economic boom-and-bust cycles, but has largely been unaffected.
The last recession in Bicol began in the early 1990s.
The region experienced the worst of the downturn, and the economy grew only slightly.
However, the region suffered another severe downturn in 2013, and is still suffering the consequences.
According to the Bolsa Futures Institute (BFI), the BOL is expected to grow at only 4.3% this year, according to the country’s National Statistical Institute (SNA).
The BFI forecasts that Bolsas gross domestic product (GDP) will fall by 7.6% this fiscal year.
That is lower than the 7.9% expected in the last recession.
Despite the slowdown, the Bol has managed to continue expanding.
The BOL has seen an increase in the number of private businesses since the last downturn.
The Bols’ government also announced last year that the government would introduce a new provincial council for the region.
The new provincial assembly will be headed by a member of the Bolesa People’s Assembly, who is appointed by the President.
It will consist of 15 members who will be chosen from a list of candidates that will be submitted by the Boleans government.
The BFI estimates that the Bulsa People-Assembly will generate $5.5 billion in revenue, with the funds going towards the salaries of the members and the salaries and benefits of the elected representatives.
It is expected that the new provincial body will also increase the number and size of the regional government, which currently consists of 13 representatives.
Bol has a population of about 1.3 million.
The number of companies registered in the region is estimated at 1,827.
The country has a GDP of $842 million, but that is still less than the $10.9 billion estimated in the latest official estimates of South Sudan’s economy for this year.