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Malaysia

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Capital:   Kuala Lumpur
     
Country names:

   
Conventional long form  
Conventional short form   Malaysia
Local long form  
Lokal short form  
Former   Federation of Malaysia
     
Languages

   
Main language   Malay
Total number of people using the Language in all countries   17,600,000
Other languages   Bajau West Coast, Balangingi, Balau, Banjar, Baukan, Besisi, Biatah, Bintulu, Bisaya Sabah, Bisaya Sarawak, Bonggi, Brunei, Bugis, Bukar Sadong, Burmese, Cham West, Chavacano, Chinese Hakka, Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Min Dong, Chinese Min Nan, Chinese Pu xian, Chinese Yue, Daro matu, Duano, Dusun Central, Dusun Sugut, Dusun Tempasuk, English, Gana, Iban, Ida an, Ilanun, Jagoi, Jah Hut, Jakun, Javanese, Jehai, Kadazan Coastal, Kadazan Klias River, Kadazan Labuk kinabatangan, Kalabakan, Kayan Baram, Kayan Murik, Kayan Rejang, Kelabit, Keningau Murut, Kensiu, Kenyah Bakung, Kenyah Sebob, Kenyah Upper Baram, Kenyah West, Kimaragang, Kinabatangan Upper, Kiput, Kota Marudu Tinagas, Kuijau, Lara, Lobu Lanas, Lobu Tampias, Lotud, Lundayeh, Malacca Creole Portuguese, Malay, Malay Baba, Malay Cocos Islands, Malayianalam, Mapun, Melanau, Milikin, Minokok, Molbog, Narom, Negeri Sembilan Malay, Okolod, Paluan, Panjabi East, Penan West, Rungus, Sa ban, Sama Central, Sama South, Sebuyau, Selako, Semai, Semaq Beri, Sembakung Murut, Semelai, Serudung Murut, Tagal Murut, Tamil, Tatana, Tausug, Tebilung, Telugu, Temiar, Temuan, Tidong, Timugon Murut, Tombonuwo, Tutong 1, Wolio, Yakan
Other languages:   Bahasa Geragau, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Malayu, Bahasa Serani, Balagnini, Balangingi Bajau, Balanian, Balanini, Bala'u, Balignini, Banadan, Bangay, Banggi, Banggi Dusun, Baram Kajan, Basaya, Bau-jagoi, Baukan Murut, Bekiau, Belana'u, Benua, Besaya, Bikuab, Binadan, Bisaia, Bisaya Bukit, Bisayah, Buka, Bukar, Bulud Upi, Buton, Butonese, Butung, Cellate, Central Kadazan, Central Murut, Central sakai, Cocos, Desin Dola', Djakun, Dusan, Dusum, Dusun, Dusun Dayak, Dusur, Eastern Kadazan, Eraans, Gana', Ganaq, Hill Dusun, Idaan, Idahan, Idan, Idayan, Illanoan, Illanoon, Illanos, Illanun, Iranon Maranao, Iranum, Iranun, Jaggoi, Jah Het, Jahai, Jakoon, Jaku'd, Jakud'n, Jilama Bawang, Jilama Sungai, Joloano, Kadasan, Kadayan, Kalabakan Murut, Kalabit, Kanyay, Kedamaian Dusun, Kedayan, Keningau Dusun, Kenja, Kenseu, Kensieu, Kensiw, Kenyah, Kerabit, Kijau, Kimaragan, Kimaragangan, Kindjin, Kinjin, Koijoe, Kokos, Kolod, Kolour, Kolur, Kristang, Kuap, Kuiyow, Kujau, Kukus, Kuliow, Kuriyo, Kwijau, Labuk Kadazan, Land Bajaw, Lanoon, Lanun, Latod, Latud, Lobu, Lorang Bukit, Lun Dayeh, Lun Lod, Mah Meri, Malaccan, Malaqueiro, Malaquenho, Malaquense, Malaquês, Malayo-portuguese, Malaysian Creole Portuguese, Malaysian Minangkabau, Malayu, Maragang, Marigang, Melaju, Melayu, Melobong Rungus, Memagun, Membakut Kadazan, Memogun, Mendi, Menindal, Menindaq, Milanau, Milano, Millikin, Minansut, Momogun, Monik, Moniq, Moro, Narum, Negrito, Ngok Pa, Niap, Nibon, Nibong, Nonukan, Northern Sakai, Okolod Murut, Orang Bukit, Orang Hulu, Orang Kuala, Orang Liar, Orang Negeri, Paitan, Pangan, Papar Kadazan, Papia Kristang, Penampang Kadazan, Pie, Português De Malaca, Portuguese Patois, Punan, Quop, Rejang Kajan, Remun, Roongas, Rungus Dusun, Sabup, Sabutan, Sabuyan, Sabuyau, Sadong, Sambup, Saputan, Sarawak Dayak, Sea Dayak, Sebob, Sebop, Selakau, Semang, Semaq Bri, Semoq Beri, Sengoi, Senoi, Sentah, Seputan, Serani, Serian, Seroq, Serudong, Sibop, Sibuian, Sibuyan, Sibuyau, Sogilitan, Standard Malay, Suang Lotud, Sugut, Sugut Kadazan, Sungai, Sungei, Tabilong, Tambanua, Tambanuo, Tambanuva, Tambanwas, Tambenua, Tambunwas, Tampasok, Tampassuk, Tampasuk, Tanggal, Tatana', Tatanaq, Tawau Murut, Tebakang, Tembenua, Temer, Temogun, Tempasok, Tenom Murut, Tidoeng, Tidong, Tidung, Tilau-ilau, Timigan, Timigun, Timogon, Timogun, Timugon, Tindakon, Tindal, Tobilang, Tobilung, Tombonuo, Tombonuva, Tompulung, Tuaran Dusun, Tumbunwha, Tumugun, Tunbumohas, Ulu Muar Malay, Upper Baram Kenja, Visayak, West Coast Bajao, Western Kenya, Ylanos
Dialects:   Adang, Alumbis, Ambual, Assem, Bah Malei, Bajau Banaran, Bajau Darat, Bajau Laut, Bajau Semporna, Balait, Balingian, Banggi, Bario, Batang Lupar, Batek Teh, Baukan, Bazaar Malay, Beaufort, Beaufort Murut, Beduanda, Begak, Belanda, Berembun, Betau, Betise', Bidor, Bil, Bok Penan, Bruit, Brunei, Brung, Bugau, Bukar Bidayuh, Bukar Sadong, Bukau, Bundu, Cameron, Cantonese, Chaochow, Dabugus, Dalat, Dalit Murut, Daro, Dau, Dongay, Dusun Murut, Dusun Segama, Dusun Sinulihan, Empawa, Foochow, Fukienese, Gonsomon, Grik, Grogo, Gumbang, Hainanese, Ida'an, Igan, Ijoh, Jarum, Jehai, Jeher, Jelai, Jelalong Penan, Kadaian, Kadazan-tagaro, Kakus Penan, Kalabuan, Kapagalan, Kawang, Kedah, Kelantan, Kemena Penan, Kenderong, Kenering, Kensiu Batu, Kensiu Siong, Kentaq Nakil, Kerdau, Ketiar Krau, Kiundu, Kokoroton Murut, Kolur, Kota Belud, Krau, Krokong, Kuala Langot Besisi, Kuala Monsok Dusun, Kuala Tembeling, Labuk, Lamag Sungai, Laminusa, Lanoh Kobak, Lemanak, Lemena, Lemiting, Lepu Potong, Libbung, Lingkabau Sugut, Lipis, Lirong, Lisum, Lobu, Lon Bangag, Long Akahsemuka, Long Atip, Long Atun, Long Badan, Long Bangan, Long Banyuq, Long Ekang, Long Geng, Long Kehobo, Long Kiput, Long Luyang, Long Murun, Long Pokun, Long Semiang, Long Tutoh, Lower Bisaya, Lower Murut, Luba, Lun Bawang, Lun Dayah, Lunan, Ma'aging, Makaheeliga, Makiang, Malakka Besisi, Maligan, Mangkaak, Mantra, Matu, Menggatal, Mentuh Tapuh, Mid Bisaya, Miri, Mukah-oya, Murut Padaass, Nabay, Narom, Nibong, Nulu, Oga Bakung, Orang Tanjong Of Ulu Langat, Padas, Pahu', Paluan, Pandewan, Papar, Penan Apo, Penan Gang, Penan Lanying, Penan Lusong, Penan Silat, Pensiangan Murut, Perak, Perak I, Perak Ii, Pitas Bajau, Pitas Kimaragang, Plus, Po-klo, Poros, Prehan, Pulau Guai, Putatan, Ranau, Rumanau, Rundum, Rungus, Sakai Of Plus Korbu, Salalir, Sama, Sandakan Bajau, Sandayo, Sandiwar, Sapulot Murut, Sarawak Malay, Sarikei, Segahan, Segalang, Selangor Sakai, Serambau, Sesayap, Siburan, Sibutu, Sikubung, Simunul, Sinabu', Singge, Sipeng, Sisi, Siteng, Skrang, Sokid, Sonsogon, Sook Murut, Stang, Stenggang Jagoi, Subpan, Sukang, Sumambu, Sungai Piah, Sungkai, Suti, Tagal, Takapan, Talantang, Tandek, Tanjong Rambutan, Tarakan, Taup, Tawan, Telom, Tembe', Temuan, Tengara, Tengoh, Tibia, Timugon, Tinagas, Tindal, Tinjar Sibop, Toishanese, Tolokoson, Tomani, Trengganu, Trusan, Ubian, Udai, Ulu Ai, Ulu Ceres, Ulu Kampar, Ulu Kinta, Ulu Langat Orang Bukit, Ulu Selama, Ulu Tembeling, Uma Bakah, Uma Daro, Uma Juman, Undup, Upper Bisaya, Xinghua
Other dialects:   A'a Sama, Amoy, Arundum, Ba Mali, Bagahak, Bajau Asli, Banyuq, Baokan, Begahak, Belana, Belanas, Belandas, Betisek, Bidayah, Bidayuh, Biduanda, Binta', Birmun, Bisingai, Bisitaang, Blanda, Bok, Bokan, Boken, Bokon, Bokun, Bol Murut, Bole Murut, Bookan, Bukow, Bukun, Cheres, Dabai, Dabay, Dalad, Fujianese, Fuzhou, Gang, Garo, Grogoh, Hinghua, Hokkien, Hsinghua, Ijok, Kadayan, Kadian, Kadien, Kadyan, Kampar, Karayan, Kedayan, Kedien, Kedyan, Kerayan, Kinabatangan Murut, Kinta Sakai, Kiulu, Kolobuan, Kuala Tutoh, Kubang, Kubung, Lagunan Murut, Laminusa Sinama, Landa, Lawas, Limbang, Linkabau, Loembis, Long Bulan, Long Ikang, Low Malay, Lumbis, Lusong, Makialiga, Mandelaut, Mangkahak, Mangkak, Mangkok, Mauligan, Meligan, Mentera, Mintra, Muka, Mukah, Nabai, Nebee, North Borneo Murut, Obian, Oga, Oya, Oya', Pala'au, Pandewan Murut, Pasar Malay, Pasir Malay, Peluan, Pentjangan, Pingas, Quedah, Rabai, Rabay, Romanau, Roomarrows, Rumanau Alab, Sabah Murut, Sadalir, Saga-i, Sakai Bukit Of Temongoh, Sakai Tanjong Of Temongoh, Sama', Sama Kubang, Sama Kubung, Sama Laut, Sama Mandelaut, Sama Pala'au, Sama Sibutu, Sama Simunul, Sama Ubian, Samah, Samah Lumbuh, Samah-samah, Samal, Samar, Sandewar, Sapulut Murut, Saralir, Sarawak Murut, Sea Bajau, Sea Gypsies, Sedalir, Segai, Semambu, Semembu, Semiang, Serambo, Serambu, Sesajap, Sibutuq, Sinabu, Singgai, Singgi, Singgie, Singhi, Sinulihan, Sitaang, Soghai, Southern Malay, Speng, Sumambuq, Sungai, Sungei, Supan, Tabun, Tagaro, Taggal, Taginambur, Tagol, Tagul, Tahup, Tangara', Tanggaraq, Tau Ubian, Telekoson, Telipok, Tembi, Tengganu, Tenggaraq, Teochew, Teochow, Terakan, Tingara, Trade Malay, Treng, Tumaniq, Tungara, Ulun-no-bokan, Ulun-no-bokon, Uma Poh
     
Internet:

   
Domain   .my
Internet users   4.1 Mio. (2001)
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)   7 (2000)
     
Geography:

   
Geographic coordinates   2 30 N, 112 30 E
Area (sq km)   329,750.0
Land boundaries (km)   2,669.0
     
Economy:

   
Currency   Malayan Ringgit
International identification letter for vehicles   MAL
Gross domestic product (US $)   200 Bio. (2001*)
Industrial production growth rate (%)   -4% (2001*)
Imports (US $)
  76.9 Bio. (f.o.b.. 2001*)
Inflation rate   1.5% (2001*)
     
People:

   
Population   22,662,365
Age structure (%)    
  -   0 - 14 years
  34.1% (M: 3,974,532; F: 3,753,407)
  - 15 - 64 years
  61.6% (M: 6,995,451; F: 6,969,435)
  - 65 years and over   4.3% (M: 424,776; F: 544,764)
Labor force   9.9 Mio. (2001*)
 
 
 
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