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World Country Facts:

  1. Belgium Category: Economy - Inflation rate (consumer prices) (%): 4.5% (2008)

  2. Turkmenistan Category: People - Net migration rate (migrant(s)/1,000 population): -3 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2008 estimate)

  3. Ireland Category: People - Population below poverty line (%): 7% (2005 estimate)

  4. Macau Category: Government - Constitution: Basic Law, approved on 31 March 1993 by China's National People's Congress, is Macau's "mini-constitution"

  5. Comoros Category: Geography - Coastline (km): 340 km

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  1. Kuwait Category: Economy - Natural gas - imports (cu m): 0 cu m (2007 estimate)

  2. European Union Category: Economy - Natural gas - production (cu m): 197.8 billion cu m (2007 estimate)

  3. French Guiana Category: Economy - Currency (code): euro (EUR); note: on 1 January 1999, the European Monetary Union introduced the euro as a common currency to be used by financial institutions of member countries; on 1 January 2002, the euro became the sole currency for everyday transactions within the member countries

  4. Iceland Category: Economy - Natural gas - exports (cu m): 0 cu m (2007 estimate)

  5. Portugal Category: Government - Administrative divisions: 18 districts (distritos, singular - distrito) and 2 autonomous regions* (regioes autonomas, singular - regiao autonoma); Aveiro, Acores (Azores)*, Beja, Braga, Braganca, Castelo Branco, Coimbra, Evora, Faro, Guarda, Leiria, Lisboa (Lisbon), Madeira*, Portalegre, Porto, Santarem, Setubal, Viana do Castelo, Vila Real, Viseu

Haiti Facts Info Stuff (HT):

Haiti Latitude Facts: 18.7457142857143 and Haiti Longitude Facts: -72.517619047619

More World Country Facts:

  1. Cote d'Ivoire Category: Economy - Electricity - production (kWh): 5.274 billion kWh (2006 estimate)

  2. Kenya Category: Economy - Fiscal year: 1 July - 30 June

  3. Hungary Category: Geography - Location: Central Europe, northwest of Romania

  4. Korea, North Category: Economy - Economy - overview: North Korea, one of the world's most centrally directed and least open economies, faces chronic economic problems. Industrial capital stock is nearly beyond repair as a result of years of underinvestment and shortages of spare parts. Industrial and power output have declined in parallel from pre-1990 levels. Due in part to severe summer flooding followed by dry weather conditions in the fall of 2006, the nation suffered its 13th year of food shortages because of on-going systemic problems including a lack of arable land, collective farming practices, and persistent shortages of tractors and fuel. During the summer of 2007, severe flooding again occurred. Large-scale international food aid deliveries have allowed the people of North Korea to escape widespread starvation since famine threatened in 1995, but the population continues to suffer from prolonged malnutrition and poor living conditions. Large-scale military spending draws off resources needed for investment and civilian consumption. Since 2002, the government has formalized an arrangement whereby private "farmers' markets" were allowed to begin selling a wider range of goods. It also permitted some private farming on an experimental basis in an effort to boost agricultural output. In October 2005, the government tried to reverse some of these policies by forbidding private sales of grains and reinstituting a centralized food rationing system. By December 2005, the government terminated most international humanitarian assistance operations in North Korea (calling instead for developmental assistance only) and restricted the activities of remaining international and non-governmental aid organizations such as the World Food Program. External food aid now comes primarily from China and South Korea in the form of grants and long-term concessional loans. During the October 2007 summit, South Korea also agreed to develop some of North Korea's infrastructure and natural resources and light industry. Firm political control remains the Communist government's overriding concern, which will likely inhibit the loosening of economic regulations.

  5. Madagascar Category: Geography - Elevation extremes (m): lowest point: Indian Ocean 0 m; highest point: Maromokotro 2,876 m

Haiti Regions are: Artibonite Centre Nord Ouest Sud Sud-Est

Various World Country Facts:

  1. Sweden Category: Economy - Budget: revenues: 0.5 billion; expenditures: 8.6 billion (2008 estimate)

  2. Bhutan Category: Economy - Imports - commodities (%): fuel and lubricants, grain, aircraft, machinery and parts, vehicles, fabrics, rice

  3. Libya Category: Transportation - Ports and terminals: As Sidrah, Az Zuwaytinah, Marsa al Burayqah, Ra's Lanuf, Tripoli, Zawiyah

  4. Angola Category: Military - Military service age and obligation (years of age): 17 years of age for compulsory military service; conscript service obligation - 2 years plus time for training (2001)

  5. New Caledonia Category: Economy - Industries: nickel mining and smelting

Source: CIA - The World Factbook