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Banjul is the capital of The Gambia. Banjul is the country's economic and administrative centre and includes the Central Bank of The Gambia. Peanut processing is the country's principal industry, but beeswax, palm wood, palm oil, and skins and hides are also shipped from Banjul's port.The Gambia is in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and Senegal. The climate is tropical with a hot, rainy season (June to November) and a cooler, dry season (November to May).The official language is English. It is the language in which business meetings are conducted. Most people in urban area understand English, but very few in rural areas do. The main religions are Islam and Christianity.The economy of the Gambia is a liberal, market-based economy characterized by traditional subsistence agriculture, a historic reliance on groundnuts (peanuts) for export earnings, a re-export trade built up around its ocean port, low import duties, minimal administrative procedures, a fluctuating exchange rate with no exchange controls, and a significant tourism industry.Gambians tend to be soft-spoken and gentle. The majority of Gambians are Muslim. Business culture is generally formal and hierarchical. The working week is Sunday to Thursday. Businesses are closed on Fridays.The security risk for expatriates in Gambia is low. Risks include petty crime such as pickpocketing and theft, particularly in hotels, tourist and public transport areas, as well as separatist groups in the areas bordering southern Senegal's Casamance region.The currency of The Gambia is the Gambian Dalasi (GMD). The Gambia is primarily a cash based economy. Some hotels and restaurants accept some debit cards but very few will accept credit cards. ATMs are limited and unreliable.Medical facilities in The Gambia are very limited and the cost of medical evacuation can be very high. Malaria is present.The population of Banjul is 413,000 (2019 est.), while the inflation rate (CPI) is 7.55% for the Gambia as at October 2019.Xpatulator Hypothetical Tax for Gambia is based on the current personal income tax rates which are progressive up to 30%.