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   The World Factbook.  2003.
 
Field Listing
     
  1. Introduction
  2. Background
     
  3. Geography
  4. Location
    Geographic coordinates
    Map references
    Area
    Area—comparative
    Land boundaries
    Coastline
    Maritime claims
    Climate
    Terrain
    Elevation extremes
    Natural resources
    Land use
    Irrigated land
    Natural hazards
    Environment—current issues
    Environment—international agreements
    Geography—note
     
  5. People
  6. Population
    Age structure
    Median age
    Population growth rate
    Birth rate
    Death rate
    Net migration rate
    Sex ratio
    Infant mortality rate
    Life expectancy at birth
    Total fertility rate
    HIV/AIDS—adult prevalence rate
    HIV/AIDS—people living with HIV/AIDS
    HIV/AIDS—deaths
    Nationality
    Ethnic groups
    Religions
    Languages
    Literacy
    People—note
     
  7. Government
  8. Country name
    Dependency status
    Government type
    Capital
    Administrative divisions
    Dependent areas
    Independence
    National holiday
    Constitution
    Legal system
    Suffrage
    Executive branch
    Legislative branch
    Judicial branch
    Political parties and leaders
    Political pressure groups and leaders
    International organization participation
    Diplomatic representation in the US
    Diplomatic representation from the US
    Flag description
    Government—note
     
  9. Economy
  10. Economy—overview
    GDP
    GDP—real growth rate
    GDP—per capita
    GDP—composition by sector
    Population below poverty line
    Household income or consumption by percentage share
    Distribution of family income—Gini index
    Inflation rate (consumer prices)
    Labor force
    Labor force—by occupation
    Unemployment rate
    Budget
    Industries
    Industrial production growth rate
    Electricity—production
    Electricity—production by source
    Electricity—consumption
    Electricity—exports
    Electricity—imports
    Oil—production
    Oil—consumption
    Oil—exports
    Oil—imports
    Oil—proved reserves
    Natural gas—proved reserves
    Agriculture—products
    Exports
    Exports—commodities
    Exports—partners
    Imports
    Imports—commodities
    Imports—partners
    Debt—external
    Economic aid—donor
    Economic aid—recipient
    Currency
    Currency code
    Exchange rates
    Fiscal year
     
  11. Communications
  12. Telephones—main lines in use
    Telephones—mobile cellular
    Telephone system
    Radios
    Radio broadcast stations
    Televisions
    Television broadcast stations
    Internet country code
    Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
    Internet users
    Communications—note
     
  13. Transportation
  14. Railways
    Highways
    Waterways
    Pipelines
    Ports and harbors
    Merchant marine
    Airports
    Airports—with paved runways
    Airports—with unpaved runways
    Heliports
    Transportation—note
     
  15. Military
  16. Military branches
    Military manpower—military age
    Military manpower—availability
    Military manpower—fit for military service
    Military manpower—reaching military age annually
    Military expenditures—dollar figure
    Military expenditures—percent of GDP
    Military—note
     
  17. Transnational Issues
  18. Disputes—international
    Illicit drugs
 
 
 
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