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World Country Facts:

  1. Thailand Category: Economy - Economic aid - recipient: 1.1 million (2005)

  2. Atlantic Ocean Category: Geography - Area (sq km): total: 76.762 million sq km; note: includes Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Caribbean Sea, Davis Strait, Denmark Strait, part of the Drake Passage, Gulf of Mexico, Labrador Sea, Mediterranean Sea, North Sea, Norwegian Sea, almost all of the Scotia Sea, and other tributary water bodies

  3. Pakistan Category: People - Median age (years): total: 20.5 years; male: 20.3 years; female: 20.6 years (2008 estimate)

  4. Jamaica Category: Economy - Unemployment rate (%): 10.1% (2008 estimate)

  5. Macedonia Category: Economy - Natural gas - proved reserves (cu m): 0 cu m (1 January 2008 estimate)

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  1. Congo, Republic of the Category: Economy - Natural gas - production (cu m): 180 million cu m (2006 estimate)

  2. Canada Category: People - Infant mortality rate (deaths/1,000 live births): total: 5.08 deaths/1,000 live births; male: 5.4 deaths/1,000 live births; female: 4.75 deaths/1,000 live births (2008 estimate)

  3. Botswana Category: Geography - Freshwater withdrawal (domestic/industrial/agricultural): total: 0.19 cu km/yr (41%/18%/41%); per capita: 107 cu m/yr (2000)

  4. Belarus Category: Economy - Oil - consumption (bbl/day): 179,700 bbl/day (2006 estimate)

  5. Qatar Category: Economy - GDP (official exchange rate): 6.9 billion (2008 estimate)

Taiwan Facts Info Stuff (TW):

Taiwan Latitude Facts: 23.8574129353234 and Taiwan Longitude Facts: 120.793731343284

More World Country Facts:

  1. Baker Island Category: Geography - Coastline (km): 4.8 km

  2. China Category: Government - Constitution: most recent promulgation 4 December 1982

  3. Belgium Category: Economy - Economy - overview: This modern, private-enterprise economy has capitalized on its central geographic location, highly developed transport network, and diversified industrial and commercial base. Industry is concentrated mainly in the populous Flemish area in the north. With few natural resources, Belgium must import substantial quantities of raw materials and export a large volume of manufactures, making its economy unusually dependent on the state of world markets. Roughly three-quarters of its trade is with other EU countries. Public debt is more than 85% of GDP. On the positive side, the government has succeeded in balancing its budget, and income distribution is relatively equal. Belgium began circulating the euro currency in January 2002. Economic growth in 2001-03 dropped sharply because of the global economic slowdown, with moderate recovery in 2004-07. Economic growth and foreign direct investment are expected to slow down in 2008, due to credit tightening, falling consumer and business confidence, and above average inflation. However, with the successful negotiation of the 2008 budget and devolution of power within the government, political tensions seem to be easing and could lead to an improvement in the economic outlook for 2008.

  4. Argentina Category: People - Life expectancy at birth (years): total population: 76.36 years; male: 73.11 years; female: 79.77 years (2008 estimate)

  5. Equatorial Guinea Category: Economy - Exports: .82 billion f.o.b. (2008 estimate)

Taiwan Regions are: Fu-chien Kao-hsiung T'ai-pei T'ai-wan

Various World Country Facts:

  1. Guatemala Category: Economy - Natural gas - proved reserves (cu m): 2.96 billion cu m (1 January 2006 estimate)

  2. Yemen Category: People - Nationality: noun: Yemeni(s); adjective: Yemeni

  3. Mozambique Category: Economy - Unemployment rate (%): 21% (1997 estimate)

  4. World Category: Geography - Geographic overview: The surface of the earth is approximately 70.9% water and 29.1% land. The former portion is divided into large water bodies termed oceans. The World Factbook recognizes and describes five oceans, which are in decreasing order of size: the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean, and Arctic Ocean.; The land portion is generally divided into several, large, discrete landmasses termed continents. Depending on the convention used, the number of continents can vary from five to seven. The most common classification recognizes seven, which are (from largest to smallest): Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia. Asia and Europe are sometimes lumped together into a Eurasian continent resulting in six continents. Alternatively, North and South America are sometimes grouped as simply the Americas, resulting in a continent total of six (or five, if the Eurasia designation is used).; North America is commonly understood to include the island of Greenland, the isles of the Caribbean, and to extend south all the way to the Isthmus of Panama. The easternmost extent of Europe is generally defined as being the Ural Mountains and the Ural River; on the southeast the Caspian Sea; and on the south the Caucasus Mountains, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean. Africa's northeast extremity is frequently delimited at the Isthmus of Suez, but for geopolitical purposes, the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula is often included as part Africa. Asia usually incorporates all the islands of the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The islands of the Pacific are often lumped with Australia into a "land mass" termed Oceania or Australasia.; Although the above groupings are the most common, different continental dispositions are recognized or taught in certain parts of the world, with some arrangements more heavily based on cultural spheres rather than physical geographic considerations.

  5. Japan Category: Communications - Telephones - mobile cellular: 107.339 million (2007)



Source: CIA - The World Factbook