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13,430 sq km Without rivers and lakes

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6 million hectors 1.6%

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: http://earthwatch.unep.net, Japanese Capitalism Since 1945(by Morris Suzuki, Takuro Seiyama), FAO, World Economy. World Bank.

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GDP/Per Capita % %
Total Land area’s

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Petroleum, Timber, Tin,

Total land area’s

678,500

Military Dictatorship

47 ~ 50

Antimony, Zinc, Copper, Tungsten, Lead, Coal, Marble, Limestone, Precious stones, Natural gas, Hydropower. Coal, Iron ore,

$ 76.36 billion

15 %
Total Land area’s

49 ~ 52.2 %

1,160~1,200 $

Total Land area’s

9,596,960

Communist

1338

Petroleum, Natural gas, Mercury, Tin, Tungsten, Antimony, Vanadium, Uranium, potential Coal (fourth-largest Manganese, Magnetite, Hydropower Molybdenum, Aluminum, Lead, Zinc,

$6.991 trillion 5,963~6,000 $

15 %

17.5 %

Total Land area’s

Total Land area’s

3,287,590

Parliament Democracy

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reserves in the world), Iron ore, Manganese, Mica, Bauxite, Titanium ore, Chromites, Natural gas, Diamonds, Petroleum, Limestone. Tin, Rubber, Natural gas, Tungsten, Tantalum, Timber, Lead, Fish, Gypsum, Lignite, Fluorite

$2.989 trillions 2,762~2800 $

49 %.

20.60 %

Total Land area’s

Total Land area’s

514,000

Parliament Democracy

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$519.4 billions 7,703~8,500 $

28 %
Total Land area’s

28.4 %
Total Land area’s

Timber,

Hydropower, Tin, Gold,

236,800

Communist

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Gypsum, Gemstones.

$12.65 billion 2,100~2,204 $ $301.4 billion 1,334~1,500 $

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Natural gas, Timber, Total Land area’s

69.9 %
Total Land area’s

144,000

Parliament Democracy

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Coal.

55.39 %

6.7 %

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State Forest Report 2005 (Forest Survey of India) Ministry of Environment and Forest. Country Report (Union of Myanmar) FAO. http://rainforests.mongabay.com, Thailand Forest Department, Myanmar Forest Department, Wikipedia Encyclopedia.

http://www.fao.org/forestry.

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Health Expend of GDP-2004 Military Expend of GDP Labor Force Jobless Rate Export US $ F.O.B Import US $ F.O.B Economic Real Grow Rate Regional Stability Future Possibility

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1.2 %

2.2 %

1.3 % (2002)

30.04 million (2008)

5%

3.111 billion
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3.454 billion (2004 est.)

1.5 %

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1.2 %

4.7 %

1.98 % (2005)

800 million

4%

974 billion (2006est.)

777.9 billion (2006 est.)

11.4 %

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4.1%

5%

2.87 % (2005)

516 million

7.2 %

140.8 billion
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224.1 billion (2007 est.)

9.2 %.

Stable

Continue Developing

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5.2 %

3.5 %

1.14 % (2005)

36.9 million

1.4 %

105.8 billion
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107 billion (2005 est.) 541 million (2005 est.) 12.97 billion
(2005 est.)

4.8 %.

Stable

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Laos

2.8 %

3.9 %

2.7 % (2001)

2.1 million

2.5 %

379 million (2005est.)

7.5 %

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2.4 %

3.1 %

1.14 % (2005)

69 million

2.5 %

9.372 billion
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5.4 %

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: Wikipedia Encyclopedia. http://factmonster.com. IMF Data (2008), World Bank Data (2008), CIA World Fact Book (2008). http://nationmaster.com, Profile,

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Population Million

Economic Real Grow Rate

Export

Import

Energy Needing

Foods Needing
Comsumer Goods

Machinery and Equipment,

Machinery and Equipment, Oil and Mineral Fuels, Plastics, Optical and MedicalEquipment, Organic Chemicals, Iron and Steel

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11.4 %

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Oil,Natural Gas, Electricity,

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1166

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jewelry, Engineering Goods, Chemicals, Leather Garments, Jute and Jute

Oil, Natural Gas Oil,Natural Gas, Electricity, Oil, Natural gas Oil, natural Gas, Electricity

Rice, Comsumer Goods Rice, Comsumer Goods Comsumer Goods Sea Food, Comsumer Goods

Machinery and Equipment, Chemicals, Iron and Steel, Textiles, Foodstuffs, Petroleum Products, Cement. Machinery and Equipment, Vehicles, Goods. Fuel, Consumer

Bangladesh

153

5.4 %

goods, Leather, Frozen fish and Seafood Garments, Wood Products,

Laos Thailand

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7.5 % 4.8 %

Coffee, Electricity, Tin. Textiles and Footwear,

Capital goods, Intermediate Goods and Raw materials, Consumer Goods, Fuels

Fishery Products, Rice, Rubber, Jewelry, Auto-mobiles, Computers, Electrical Appliances.

Total

2,728.6

7.66 %

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