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World Country Facts:

  1. Netherlands Category: Communications - Internet country code: .nl

  2. Antarctica Category: Communications - Television broadcast stations: 1 (cable system with 6 channels; American Forces Antarctic Network-McMurdo - information for US bases only) (2002)

  3. American Samoa Category: Government - Diplomatic representation from the US: none (territory of the US)

  4. Kosovo Category: Communications - Telephones - mobile cellular: 562,000 (2006)

  5. Bassas da India Category: Transportation - Ports and terminals: none; offshore anchorage only

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  1. Maldives Category: Military - Manpower fit for military service: males age 16-49: 72,150; females age 16-49: 69,058 (2008 estimate)

  2. South Africa Category: Economy - Industries: mining (world's largest producer of platinum, gold, chromium), automobile assembly, metalworking, machinery, textiles, iron and steel, chemicals, fertilizer, foodstuffs, commercial ship repair

  3. French Guiana Category: People - Population growth rate (%): 1.96% (2006 estimate)

  4. Mauritius Category: Communications - Telephone system: general assessment: small system with good service; domestic: monopoly over fixed-line services terminated in 2005; fixed-line teledensity roughly 30 per 100 persons; mobile-cellular services launched in 1989 with teledensity in 2007 reaching 75 per 100 persons; international: country code - 230; landing point for the SAFE submarine cable that provides links to Asia and South Africa where it connects to the SAT-3/WASC submarine cable that provides further links to parts of East Africa, and Europe; satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Indian Ocean); new microwave link to Reunion; HF radiotelephone links to several countries

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Serbia Latitude Facts: 44.0910256410256 and Serbia Longitude Facts: 20.6515384615385

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  1. Austria Category: Military - Manpower available for military service: males age 16-49: 1,986,411; females age 16-49: 1,944,834 (2008 estimate)

  2. Seychelles Category: Government - Diplomatic representation from the US: the US does not have an embassy in Seychelles; the ambassador to Mauritius is accredited to Seychelles

  3. Israel Category: Economy - Fiscal year: calendar year

  4. Bermuda Category: Economy - Economy - overview: Bermuda enjoys the third highest per capita income in the world, more than 50% higher than that of the US. Its economy is primarily based on providing financial services for international business and luxury facilities for tourists. A number of reinsurance companies relocated to the island following the 11 September 2001 attacks and again after Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, contributing to the expansion of an already robust international business sector. Bermuda's tourism industry - which derives over 80% of its visitors from the US - continues to struggle but remains the island's number two industry. Most capital equipment and food must be imported. Bermuda's industrial sector is small, although construction continues to be important; the average cost of a house in June 2003 had risen to 6,000. Agriculture is limited with only 20% of the land being arable.

  5. Mexico Category: Economy - Natural gas - proved reserves (cu m): 392.2 billion cu m (1 January 2008 estimate)

Serbia Regions are: Kosovo Vojvodina

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  1. British Virgin Islands Category: People - Ethnic groups (%): black 83.4%, white 7%, mixed 5.4%, Indian 3.4%, other 0.8% (1991 census)

  2. Greenland Category: Economy - Exports - commodities (%): fish and fish products 94% (prawns 63%) (2001 estimate)

  3. Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Category: Economy - Industries: fish and wool processing; tourism

  4. Iran Category: People - HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/AIDS: 66,000 (2005 estimate)

  5. Guinea Category: Economy - Economy - overview: Guinea possesses major mineral, hydropower, and agricultural resources, yet remains an underdeveloped nation. The country has almost half of the world's bauxite reserves and is the second-largest bauxite producer. The mining sector accounts for over 70% of exports. Long-run improvements in government fiscal arrangements, literacy, and the legal framework are needed if the country is to move out of poverty. Investor confidence has been sapped by rampant corruption, a lack of electricity and other infrastructure, a lack of skilled workers, and the political uncertainty due to the failing health of President Lansana CONTE. Guinea is trying to reengage with the IMF and World Bank, which cut off most assistance in 2003, and is working closely with technical advisors from the U.S. Treasury Department, the World Bank and IMF, seeking to return to a fully funded program. Growth rose slightly in 2006-07, primarily due to increases in global demand and commodity prices on world markets, but the standard of living fell. The Guinea franc depreciated sharply as the prices for basic necessities like food and fuel rose beyond the reach of most Guineans. Dissatisfaction with economic conditions prompted nationwide strikes in February and June 2006.



Source: CIA - The World Factbook