Guinea, located on the West Bank of West Africa. Guinea is one of the least developed countries. The economy is dominated by agriculture and mining, the industrial foundation is weak, and food cannot be self-sufficient. Rich in natural resources, Guinea is known as the "geological miracle". The reserves of aluminum and iron ore are large and of high grade. Among them, the proven reserves of aluminum ore rank first in the world. In addition, there are diamonds, gold, copper, uranium, cobalt, lead, zinc, etc. Rich in water resources, it is the birthplace of the three major rivers in West Africa and is known as the "West Africa Water Tower". There are 6 million hectares of arable land, 80% of which have not been cultivated, and the conditions for agricultural development are unique.