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World Country Facts:

  1. Bangladesh Category: Transportation - Transportation - note: the International Maritime Bureau reports the territorial waters of Bangladesh as high risk for armed robbery against ships; numerous commercial vessels have been attacked both at anchor and while underway; crews have been robbed and stores or cargoes stolen

  2. Serbia Category: Economy - Natural gas - consumption (cu m): 2.55 billion cu m (2005 estimate)

  3. British Indian Ocean Territory Category: Geography - Land boundaries (km): 0 km

  4. Saint Kitts and Nevis Category: Economy - Inflation rate (consumer prices) (%): 4.5% (2007 estimate)

  5. San Marino Category: Geography - Irrigated land (sq km): NA

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  3. Mexico Category: Geography - Total renewable water resources (cu km): 457.2 cu km (2000)

  4. Zambia Category: Economy - Economy - overview: Zambia's economy has experienced modest growth in recent years, with real GDP growth in 2005-07 between 5-6% per year. Privatization of government-owned copper mines in the 1990s relieved the government from covering mammoth losses generated by the industry and greatly improved the chances for copper mining to return to profitability and spur economic growth. Copper output has increased steadily since 2004, due to higher copper prices and foreign investment. In 2005, Zambia qualified for debt relief under the Highly Indebted Poor Country Initiative, consisting of approximately USD 6 billion in debt relief. Zambia experienced a bumper harvest in 2007, which helped to boost GDP and agricultural exports and contain inflation. Although poverty continues to be significant problem in Zambia, its economy has strengthened, featuring single-digit inflation, a relatively stable currency, decreasing interest rates, and increasing levels of trade.

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Bolivia Latitude Facts: -17.5709677419355 and Bolivia Longitude Facts: -65.3351612903226

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  1. Latvia Category: Economy - Natural gas - consumption (cu m): 2.04 billion cu m (2007 estimate)

  2. Singapore Category: Economy - GDP - per capita (PPP): ,000 (2008 estimate)

  3. Nauru Category: Transportation - Ports and terminals: Nauru

  4. Oman Category: Economy - Natural gas - proved reserves (cu m): 849.5 billion cu m (1 January 2008 estimate)

  5. Gaza Strip Category: Transnational Issues - Refugees and internally displaced persons: refugees (country of origin): 1.017 million (Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA)) (2007)

Bolivia Regions are: Chuquisaca Cochabamba El Beni La Paz Oruro Pando Potosi Santa Cruz Tarija

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook