The Guinean subsoil conceals significant deposits of:
Bauxite of 25 billion tons, accounting for the 2/3 of world reserves approximately
Gold of 1000 tons
Diamond of 30 million carats
Rainfall in Guinea is between 1,200 and 4,200 mm per year and there are abundant of underground and surface water.
The eastern and southern parts of Guinea are covered with a primary forest of 100,000 square kilometres. In addition, there is also a secondary forest of an area of 40,000 square kilometres.
129 falls which can be developed have been identified. Their hydroelectric potential is 6.11 GW with a probable production of 19,300 GWH.
Its fish resource potential is estimated at 230,000 Tons.