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Information about Gibraltar
The information comes from the publication CIA The World Factbook.
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Country Gibraltar is situated in a location / continent Europe. Gibraltar has an area of 7 km2 and 29 034 residents. The highest point has a height 426 above sea level. and it is called Rock of Gibraltar. The lowest point is located at the level of 0 above sea level and it is named Mediterranean Sea. The capital city is Gibraltar. Gibraltar has the international abbreviation GI.
Gibraltar - economy
Total gross domestic product (GDP) is 1 275 000 000 $. Total gross domestic product per capita in purchasing power parity is 43 000 $. GDP grows by 6.00 % a year. Inflation (consumer price index) is equal to 2.80 % a year. Gibraltar have 12 690 working-age population (from a total population 29 034 people). Unemployment is at 3.00 %. The public debt of the country is 7.50 % GDP.
Gibraltar - demography
As suggested above, Gibraltar has 29 034 people. Population growth is in the amount 0.27 % per year. Number of children born per 1000 population per year is 14.22.Every mother has average 1.94 children. The infant mortality rate is 6.55 .Average estimated life expectancy makes 78.83 years. Mortality is 8.27 people per 1000 population per year.
Gibraltar - transport and telecommunications
Gibraltar has 29 km of roads and 1 airports. There is registered 267 ships.
Number of active mobile phones (sim card) in the country Gibraltar is 32 500. Number of active fixed telephone lines is 24 000. Gibraltar has 20 200 internet users, who have the available 3 445 Internet connections. Gibraltar has been assigned a domain first Choose range .gi.
Gibraltar - energetics
Gibraltar consumes a year 152 500 000 kWh of electricity. Annual electricity production is 164 000 000 kWh in power plants with a total installed electrical capacity 36 000 kW. Gibraltar exports 0 kWh and imports 0 kWh of electricity per year Energy mix of power generation is as follows: fossil fuels: 100 %, nuclear energy: 0 %, renewable: 0.0 %, hydropower: 0.0 %.