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Capital:   Beijing
     
Country names:

   
Conventional long form   People's Republic of China
Conventional short form   China
Local long form   Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo
Lokal short form   Zhong Guo
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Languages

   
Main language   Chinese, Mandarin
Total number of people using the Language in all countries   885,000,000
Other languages   Achang, Adi, Ai cham, Ainu, Akha, Amdo, Atuence, Ba Pai, Bai, Baima, Biao Mien, Bisu, Bit, Biyo, Blang, Bolyu, Bonan, Bouyei, Bugan, Bunu Baheng, Bunu Bu nao, Bunu Jiongnai, Bunu Wunai, Bunu Younuo, Buriat China, Buyang, Cao Miao, Chinese Gan, Chinese Hakka, Chinese Jinyu, Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Min Bei, Chinese Min Dong, Chinese Min Nan, Chinese Pu xian, Chinese Wu, Chinese Xiang, Chinese Yue, Choni, Cun, Daur, Dong North, Dong South, Dongxiang, Drung, E, Ersu, Evenki, Gahri, Gelao, Groma, Guiqiong, Hani, Hlai, Hmong Central Huishui, Hmong Central Mashan, Hmong Chonganjiang, Hmong Daw, Hmong East Huishui, Hmong East Qiandong, Hmong East Xiangxi, Hmong Luopohe, Hmong Njua, Hmong North East Dian, Hmong North Guiyang, Hmong North Huishui, Hmong North Mashan, Hmong North Qiandong, Hmong South Guiyang, Hmong South Mashan, Hmong South Qiandong, Hmong Southwest Guiyang, Hmong Southwest Huishui, Hmong West Mashan, Hmong West Xiangxi, Honi, Horpa, Hu, Idu, Iu Mien, Jiamao, Jiarong, Jingpho, Jinuo Buyuan, Jinuo Youle, Kado, Kaduo, Kalmyk oirat, Kang, Kazakh, Kemiehua, Khakas, Khams, Khmer Central, Khmu, Khuen, Kim Mun, Kirghiz, Korean, Kuanhua, Lachi, Ladakhi, Lahu, Lahu Shi, Lakkia, Lawa West, Lhomi, Lingao, Lipo, Lisu, L, Macanese, Mak, Mang, Maonan, Maru, Mizo, Moinba, Mongolian Per., Mulam, Muya, Namuyi, Nanai, Naxi, Nusu, Oroqen, Palaung Pale, Palaung Rumai, Palaung Shwe, Parauk, Portuguese, Pumi North, Qiang North, Queyu, Riang, Russian, Salar, Sarikoli, Shan, She, Sherpa, Sui, T en, Tai Dam, Tai Dn, Tai Hongjin, Tai Na, Tai Ya, Tatar, Tibetian, Tinani, Tsat, Tshangla, Tu, Tujia North, Tujia South, Tuvin, U, Uyghur, Uzbek North, Vietnamese, Vo, Wakhi, Waxianghua, Wutunhua, Xibe, Yi Central, Yi Guizhou, Yi Sichuan, Yi Southeast, Yi West, Yi Yunnan, Yugur East, Yugur West, Zaiwa, Zauzou, Zhaba, Zhuang North, Zhuang South
Other languages:   Abdal, Abo, Acang, Ach'ang, Achung, Aci, Acye, Adi, Adi-bokar, Ahchan, A-hmao, Ai Nan, Ai Sui, Aini, Aji, Anduo, Anshuenkuan Nyarong, Atsam, Atsang, Atshi, Atsi, Atsi-maru, Atuentse, Atzi, Awa, Aynu, Ayo, Azi, Baheng, Bahengmai, Bai Ma, Bai Miao, Baihua, Ban Yao, Bao'an, Baonan, Bargu Buriat, Baroke, Bawang, B, Beifang Fangyan, Bengni-boga'er, Bhotia, Bhotia Of Lahul, Biao Mon, Biaoman, Big Flowery Miao, Bio, Biyue, Black Lisu, Black Miao, Bli, Boan, Boga'er, Bo-i, Bokar, Bola, Bolyu, Bui, Bulai, Bulang, Bunao, Buriat-mongolian, Buryat, Buyei, Buyi, Buyuan, Buyui, Cangluo Menba, Cangva, Cantonese, Central Huishui Miao, Central Mashan Miao, Central Miao, Central Monpa, Central Tibetan, Chasan Yao, Chashan Yao, Chashanhua, Chedi, Cheli, Ch'iang, Chiarong, Chientung Miao, Chinese Shan, Chinese Tai, Ching, Chona, Chone, Chong'anjiang Miao, Ch'rame, Chuan Miao, Chuanchientien Miao, Chuang, Chuanqiandian Miao, Chung, Chung-chia, Cone, Cung, Cunhua, Cun-hua, Cuona Menba, Cuona Monpa, Daguor, Dagur, Dai, Dai Kong, Dai Le, Dai Na, Dai Nuea, Daiya, Danba, Dashanhua, Dawar, Dawo'er, Day, Dbus, Dbusgtsang, Dehong, Dehong Dai, Diandongbei, Dioi, Dlang, Dli, Dulong, Duoxu, Dzao Min, East Guizhou Miao, Eastern East-guizhou Miao, Eastern Huishui Miao, Eastern Lisu, Eastern Min, Eastern Qiandong Miao, Eastern West-hunan Miao, Eastern Xiangxi Miao, Eastern Yi, Eastern Yogor, Elunchun, Eluosi, Ergong, Erhsu, Ewenke, Ewenki, Flowery Miao, Gado, Gam, Gan, Gem Mun, Ghao-xong, Gni, Grass Miao, Guanhua, Guoyu, Gwong Dung Waa, Gyarong, Gyarung, Hainan Cham, Hainan Miao, Hakka, Hanhi, Hani Proper, Haoni, Haw, Hazake, He Lisu, Heh Miao, Hei Miao, Highland Yao, Hm Nai, Hmu, Ho, Ho Nte, Hokka, Hor, Hrsk, Hsiang, Hsianghsi Miao, Hua Miao, Hualan Yao, Hualo, Huayuan Miao, Huazu, Hui, Huihui, Humai, Hunan, Hunanese, Huo Nte, Hwa Miao, I, I To, Idu Mishmi, Inner Mongolian, Jaojo, Jarong, Jiamuhua, Jim Mun, Jingpo, Jinhua, Jinmen, Jino, Jinyu, Jiongnai, Jiongnaihua, Jone, Juchen, Jyarung, Kado, Kadu, Kaixien, K'ala, Kam, Kamau, Kan, Kang, Kara, Kawa, Kazax, Ke, Kechia, Ke'erkez, Kehlao, Kejia, Kem Mun, Kemu, Khae, Khamba, Khamnigan, Khampa, Khams Bhotia, Khams-yal, Khi, Kimmun, Kiong Nai, Kjang E, Klai, Klau, Klo, Kk, Kontoi, Ku Te, Kur, La, Labbu, Lahu Xi, Lahuli Tinan, Lahuna, Lai, Lajia, Laka, Lakia, Lakja, Lakkja, Laku, Lan Tin, Lang'e, Langsu, Lanten, Lava, Lavua, Lava, Le, Leisu, Leme, Leshuoopa, Lesuo, Lhoba, Lho-pa, Li, Liang, Li-hsaw, Limkow, Linkow, Lip'a, Lisaw, Li-shaw, Lishu, Liso, Lissu, Lohei, Loi, Loisu, Lolo, Lomi, Lowland Yao, Lu, Lua, Lue, Luoba Bogaer, Luoba Yidu, Luobohe Miao, Lusu, Lu-tzu, Luwa, L'wa, Ly, Macaense, Macao Creole Portuguese, Majiahua, Man Lantien, Man Pa Seng, Mandarin, Manyak, Mbi, Mbisu, Men, Menggu, Menpa, Meo, Meo Do, Meo Kao, Meo Lai, Mian, Miao, Mibisu, Mien, Min Pei, Minchia, Minjia, Minkia, Minnan, Minyak, Misu, Miyao, Mjiuniang, Mo, Mochiahua, Mohua, Mo-hua, Mojiahua, Molao, Monba, Monggol, Mnghsa, Mongol, Mongor, Mongour, Moso, Mosso, Mo-su, Motuo Menba, Mountain Lawa, Mu, Muhso, Mulao, Mulao Miao, Muliao, Mulou, Mun, Mungak, Mussar, Musso, Mussuh, Myen, Nahsi, Nakhi, Nama, Namen, Namuzi, Nasi, Nas, Nasu, Ngacang, Ngac'ang, Ngachang, Ngambo, Nganshuenkuan, Ngao Fon, Ngatsang, Ngnai, Ngo Chang, Northeastern Mongolian, Northeastern Yunnan Miao, Northern Chinese, Northern East-guizhou Miao, Northern Guiyang Miao, Northern Huishui Miao, Northern Lolo, Northern Mashan Miao, Northern Min, Northern Mongolian, Northern Qiandong Miao, Northern Yi, Nosu, Nyarong, Nyi, Nyky, Olossu, Olunchun, Ongbe, Ong-be, Orochon, Oronchon, Ouni, Ouzbek, Owenke, Ozbek, Pa Hng, Pa Ngng, Pa Then, Paheng, Pa-hng, Pai, Pai-i, Pai'i', Pala, Palju, Pan Yao, Paoan, Paongan, Pawang, Pe, Pe Miao, Peh Miao, Pela, Phoke, Pimi, Plang, Polo, P'mi, Po-nau, Primmi, P'rome, Pruumi, Pu No, Pui, Pu-i, Pujai, Pu-jui, Pukan, Pula, Pulang, Pulei, Puman, P'uman, P'umi, Punu, Putonghua, Puyi, Puyoi, Qiu, Qiungnai, Raorou, Red Meo, Red Miao, Rgyarong, Rourou, Ruomai, Russ, Sala, Santa, Sari Yogur, Sarig, Sarygh Uygur, Sarykoly, Sary-uighur, Sen Nosu, Shanzi Yao, Shera Yogur, Shira Yugur, Shui, Shui Nosu, Shuihu, Shui-pai-i, Sibe, Sibo, Sichuan-guizhou-yunnan Hmong, Sipsongpanna Dai, Slai, Solon, Southeastern Yi, Southern East-guizhou Miao, Southern Guiyang Miao, Southern Lisu, Southern Mashan Miao, Southern Min, Southern Nosu, Southern Qiandong Miao, Southern Ta'ang, Southern Yi, Southern-eastern Mongolian, Southwestern Guiyang Miao, Southwestern Huishui Miao, Standard Chinese, Sui Li, Suipo, Suolun, Sushen, Szi, Ta Hua Miao, Ta Hwa Miao, Tadzik, Tahuerh, Tahur, Tai, Tai Chuang, Tai Cung, Tai Dehong, Tai Laka, Tai Le, Tai Lu, Tai Mao, Tai Neua, Tai N, Tai Nue, Tai-chung, Tai-cung, Tai-kong, Tai-le, Tajik, Tajiki, Tak Miao, Taku, Taku Lisu, Tata'er, Tea Mountain Yao, Then, Tong, Tromowa, Trung, Tsaiwa, Tu Guangdonghua, Tuchia, Tudja, Tujia, Tulung, Tung, Tung-chia, Tunghsiang, Tuwa, U, Uighuir, Uighur, Uiguir, Uigur, Ulunchun, Uni, Usbaki, Usbeki, Utsat, Utset, Uygur, Vah Cuengh, Variegated Miao, Vo Limkou, Wa, Wa Proper, Wei, Weilate, Weiwuer, Weizang, West Hunan Miao, Western Hmong, Western Jiarong, Western Mashan Miao, Western Miao, Western Mongol, Western West-hunan Miao, Western Xiangsi Miao, White Lum, White Meo, White Miao, Wiga, Wogang, Woni, Wu, Wunai, Wuse Hua, Wusehua, Wutun, Xamang, Xiang, Xianghua, Xiaoshanhua, Xibo, Xijia Miao, Ximahe Miao, Xinjiang Mongolian, Xinminhua, Xishuangbanna Dai, Y Poong, Ya, Ya Lu, Yang Sek, Yanghuang, Yao, Yao Min, Yao Yen, Yau Min, Yaw Yin, Yaw-yen, Yeh-jen, Yellow Uighur, Yidu, Yiu Mien, Yogor, Ygur, Youle, Youmian, Younuo, Yue, Yueh, Yuet Yue, Yueyu, Yugar, Yugu, Yuku, Yunannese Shan, Yunnan Shant'ou, Yuno, Yunuo, Zang, Zaomin, Zhaba, Zhongjia
Dialects:   Aga, Andro, Aoluguya, A'ou, Awu, Axhebo, Axi, Baihong, Baojing, Bargu, Bayit, Beltir, Bendi, Biijiang, Boyao, Bulei, Bunuo, Buteha, Central Nusu, Central Uyghur, Chabao, Chahar, Chakpa, Chang-jing, Changyi, Chao-shan, Chenba'erhu, Chi, Ching, Chuqu, Cimulin, Dali, Daofu, Dayao, Dbus, Dehong, De-jing, Dian Dongbei, Dian-qian, Di'e, Dongnu, Dongshan, Dulong, Dulong River, Duoluo, Duoxu, Dzili, Eastern Khams, Eastern Wakhi, Ejine, Enkun, Ersu, Exin, Fu-guang, Fuzhou, Ganaan, Gaolei, Gejiahua, Geshiza, Gtsang, Guibei, Guibian, Guinan, Ha, Hagei, Haila'er, Hainan, Hbrogpa, Hbrugchu, Hezhen, Hkaku, Hmong Gu Mba, Hongshuihe, Hotan, Hua Lisu, Huabei Guanhua, Huizhou, Huzhu, Hwa, Jakhachin, Jianchuan, Ji-cha, Jiezi, Jinghuai Guanhua, Jinhua, Jirim, Jishishan, Jishu, Jone, Jostu, Jo-uda, Kacha, Kadu, Kamassian, Kauri, Kem Degne, Khori, Khoshut, Kyzyl, Langwa, Lapao, Leh, Leizhou, Lianghe, Lianhua, Lichiang, Lincheng, Lipuke, Lipuliongtco, Lipupi, Liputcio, Lipute, Liputio, Lisu, Liujiang, Longchuan, Longdu, Longshan, Lop, Lower Groma, Lu Shi Lisu, Luhua, Luofu, Luoshao, Lutien, Luxi, Lyo, Mak, Meifu, Mengda, Mingat, Minhe, Mngahris, Mong Leng, Na, Nanhua, Naogelao, Ning-long, Northeastern Kazakh, Northern Cuona, Northern Khams, Northern Nusu, Northern Sichuan Yi, Nu River, Nubra Ladakhi, Numao, Nunu, Nyi, Olot, Ordos, Oujiang, Pai Lisu, Pandong, Petchabun Miao, Phang, Phayeng, Polo, Putian, Qau, Qi, Qiannan, Qianxi, Qianzhong, Qileng, Qinlian, Qiongshan, Qiqiha'er, Qiubei, Raojin, Rongba, Rongmahbrogpa, Rtahu, Sagai, Sandong, Sani, Sengmai, Shamma, Shehleh, Shidan, Shijian, Shilingol, Shor, Sidaba, Sijiaji, Situ, Siyi, Southern Cuona, Southern Khams, Southern Nusu, Southern Sichuan Yi, Southwestern Kazakh, Suonanba, Tai Pong, Taihu, Taizhou, Tak Miao, Taoba, Tingzhou, Tonggu, Tongren, Tumut, Ulanchab, Upper Groma, Wangjiaji, Weigu, Wen-ma, Western Khams, Wuzhou, Xiamen, Xianyou, Xiao Hua Miao, Xibei Guanhua, Xinan Guanhua, Xishan, Xuanzhou, Yadu, Yang'an, Yan-guang, Yi-liu, Ying-yi, Yongbei, Yongnan, Yongren, Youjiang, Yuanjin, Yuebei, Yuehai, Yue-tai, Yuezhong, Yugui, Zaiwa, Zhenan Min, Zuojiang
Other dialects:   Ahi, Amoy, Atse, Bag Lachi, Bairin, Baisha-yuanmen, Balin, Bataxan, Bijiang-lanping, Black Lachi, Black Lahu, Blue Miao, Bouyei 1, Bouyei 2, Bouyei 3, Caodeng, Central Bai, Central Ersu, Central Guangdong, Central Guizhou, Central Ladakhi, Chaha'er, Chakhar, Cham, Ching Miao, Chiupei, Choushan, Dahejia, Dakheczjha, Daofuhua, Dazang, Eastern Ersu, Eastern Jiarong, Eastern She, Eastern Tumut, E'erduosite, Eleuth, Elyut, Flowery Lachi, Flowery Lisu, Foochow, Fuchow, Ganan, Gao, Gaoyang, Gauri, Ge, Gedang, Gedou Miao, Gei, Geshitsa, Getou, Gorlos, Green Miao, Guangfu, Guxhou, Hailar, Hainanese, Hakei, Han Lachi, Heche, Henghua, Heqing-jianchuan, Hetian, Hezhe, Hinghua, Hka-hku, Hkauri, Hmong Qua Mba, Hoisan, Hoking-jianchuan, Hong Kong Cantonese, Hong Yao, Hsienyu, Hsinghua, Huadou Miao, Jalait, Jiangxia Guanhua, Jili, Ka, Kalaqin, Ke'erqin, Keh-deo, Keshikten, Kharachin, Kharchin, Kharchin-tumut, Khorchin, Khoshuud, Kilen, Kili, Kinhwa, Kueipien, La, Lanbi, Lanping-bijiang, Lei Hua, Li Hua, Lijiang, Lingao Proper-dengmai, Liuchiang, Loheirn, Long-haired Lachi, Longnan, Lower Ladakhi, Lower Yangze Mandarin, Luhishi, Luhushi, Luobu, Luohua-hayan-baoxian, Lz, Macau Cantonese, Meixian, Mile, Mingan, Min-ke, Moifau, Musseh Daeng, Musser Dam, Naiman, Nao Klao, New Bargu, Ngari, North Central Yi, Northeastern Jiarong, Northeastern Yunnan, Northern Bai, Northern Guangdong, Northern Lahu, Northern Mandarin, Northwestern Jiarong, Northwestern Mandarin, Nu Mhou, Old Bargu, ld, Pan County, Pu No, Putten, Qahar, Qiongwen Hua, Qiqihar, Raoping, Red Lachi, Red Lahu, Sai, San Tung, Schleiyip, Seiyap, Sham, Shamskat, Shatou, Shiqi, Small Flowery Miao, South Central Yi, Southern Bai, Southern Guizhou, Southern Lahu, Southwestern Mandarin, Striped Hmong, Tai Ka, Taishan, Taiwan Kejia, Tali-xiangyun, Taofu, Teching, Toisan, Tongshi-qiandui-baocheng, Tsang, Tsitsikhar, Tsochiang, Tumet, Tung Nu, Tungyen, Ujumchin, Urat, Wancheng, Wenchang, Western Ersu, Western Guizhou, Western She, White Lisu, Xiangyun-dali, Xinghua, Ya, Yenkuang, You, Yuchiang, Yungnan, Yungpei, Yunnan-guizhou, Zwn
     
Internet:

   
Domain   .cn
Internet users   26.5 Mio. (2001)
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)   3 (2000)
     
Geography:

   
Geographic coordinates   35 00 N, 105 00 E
Area (sq km)   9,596,960.0
Land boundaries (km)   22,147.3
     
Economy:

   
Currency   Chinese Renminbi Yuan
International identification letter for vehicles   VRC
Gross domestic product (US $)   5,560 Bio. (2001*)
Industrial production growth rate (%)   9.9% (2001*)
Imports (US $)
  236.2 Bio. (f.o.b.. 2001*)
Inflation rate   0.8% (2001*)
     
People:

   
Population   1,284,303,705
Age structure (%)    
  -   0 - 14 years
  24.3% (M: 163,821,081; F: 148,855,387)
  - 15 - 64 years
  68.4% (M: 452,354,428; F: 426,055,713)
  - 65 years and over   7.3% (M: 43,834,528; F: 49,382,568)
Labor force   706 Mio. (2000*)
 
 
 
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