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Capital:   Manila
     
Country names:

   
Conventional long form   Republic of the Philippines
Conventional short form   Philippines
Local long form   Republika ng Pilipinas
Lokal short form   Pilipinas
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Languages

   
Main language   Tagalog
Total number of people using the Language in all countries   17,000,000
Other languages   Adasen, Agta Dupaninan, Agta Mt Iriga, Agta Remontado, Agta Umiray Dumaget, Agutaynen, Aklanon, Alangan, Alta South, Ati, Ayta Abenlen, Ayta Ambala, Ayta Mag anchi, Ayta Mag indi, Balangao, Balangingi, Bantoanon, Basque, Batak, Bicolano Albay, Bicolano Central, Bicolano Iriga, Bicolano North Catanduanes, Bicolano South Catanduanes, Binukid, Blaan Koronadal, Blaan Sarangani, Bolinao, Bontoc Central, Bontoc East, Buhid, Butuanon, Caluyanun, Capiznon, Cebuano, Chavacano, Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Min Nan, Chinese Yue, Cuyonon, Davawenyo, Dutch, English, French, Ga dang, Gaddang, German Standard, Giangan, Hanunoo, Higaonon, Hiligaynon, Hindi, I wak, Ibaloi, Ibanag, Ifugao Amganad, Ifugao Batad, Ifugao Mayoyao, Ifugao Tuwali, Ilocano, Ilongot, Inabaknon, Indonesian, Inonhan, Iraya, Isinai, Isnag, Italian, Itawit, Itneg Binongan, Itneg Masadiit, Ivatan, Japanese, Kagayanen, Kalagan, Kalagan Kagan, Kalagan Tagakaulu, Kalanguya Keley i, Kalinga Butbut, Kalinga Limos, Kalinga Lower Tanudan, Kalinga Lubuagan, Kalinga Madukayang, Kalinga South, Kalinga Upper Tanudan, Kallahan Kayapa, Kankanaey, Kankanay North, Karao, Kasiguranin, Kinaray a, Korean, Magindanaon, Malayiannon, Mamanwa, Mandaya Cataelano, Mandaya Karaga, Manobo Agusan, Manobo Ata, Manobo Cinamiguin, Manobo Cotabato, Manobo Dibabawon, Manobo Ilianen, Manobo Matigsalug, Manobo Obo, Manobo Sarangani, Manobo Tagabawa, Manobo West Bukidnon, Mansaka, Mapun, Maranao, Masbatenyo, Molbog, Palawano Brooke s Point, Palawano Central, Palawano Southwest, Pampangan, Pangasinan, Paranan, Porohanon, Romblomanon, Sama Central, Sama Pangutaran, Sama South, Sambal Botolan, Sambal Tina, Sangil, Sangir, Sindhi, Sorsogon Masbate, Sorsogon Waray, Spanish, Subanen Central, Subanen North, Subanon Kolibugan, Subanon West, Subanun Lapuyan, Sulod, Surigaonon, Tadyawan, Tagalog, Tagbanwa, Tagbanwa Calamian, Tagbanwa Central, Tausug, Tawbuid East, Tboli, Tiruray, Vietnamese, Waray waray, Yakan, Yogad
Other languages:   Abaknon, Abenlen, Aborlan Tagbanwa, Aburlin Negrito, Adasen Itneg, Addasen, Addasen Tinguian, Aeta Negrito, Agusan, Agutayno, Agutaynon, Akab, Aklan, Aklano, Aklanon-bisayan, Ambala Agta, Ambala Sambal, Amganad, Antipolo Ifugao, Antiqueno, Apurahuano, Asiq, Ata Of Davao, Atao Manobo, Ati, Atto, Ayta Abenlen Sambal, Baangingi', Babuyan, Bagobo, Bajau Kagayan, Balaban, Balangao Bontoc, Balangaw, Baliwon, Baloga, Balud, Baluga, Bangingi Sama, Bangon, Banton, Bantuanon, Baraan, Barangan, Batad, Batangan, Benguet-igorot, Bikol, Bikol Sorsogon, Bilaan, Bilanes, Binatangan, Binisaya, Binokid, Binukid Manobo, Biraan, Bisayan, Bolinao Sambal, Bolinao Zambal, Bontok, Botolan Zambal, Brooke's Point Palawan, Bugkalut, Bukalot, Bukidnon, Bukil, Butbut, Cagayan, Cagayan De Sulu, Cagayancillo, Cagayano, Cagayano Cillo, Cagayanon, Calamiano, Calatravanhon, Calibugan, Caluyanen, Caluyanhon, Camotes, Capisano, Capiseno, Capul, Capuleno, Carraga Mandaya, Casiguranin, Cateelenyo, Central Kankanaey, Central Sinama, Chabakano, Cinamiguin, Clata, Cuyo, Cuyono, Cuyunon, Davaoeno, Davaweno, Debabaon, Dibabaon, Dibagat-kabugao-isneg, Eastern Cagayan Agta, Eto, Farangao, Filipino, Gilipanes, Ginabwal, Guanga, Gubat, Gulanga, Hamtiknon, Hanonoo, Hatang-kayey, Hiligainon, Hinaray-a, Ibadoy, Ibaloy, Igodor, Igorot, Ikalahan, Ilianen, Ilokano, Iloko, Ilonggo, Inabaknon, Inati, Inbaknon, Indi Ayta, Inibaloi, Inmeas, Insinai, Isinay, Isnay, Isneg, Ita, Itawes, Itawis, Iwaak, Jama Mapun, Jangan, Kaagan, Kaboloan, Kabulowan, Kabuluen, Kabuluwan, Kabuluwen, Kadaklan-barlig Bontoc, Kagan Kalagan, Kagayan, Kalamian, Kalamianon, Kalangoya, Kalangoya-ikalahan, Kalanguya, Kalibugan, Kalinga, Kalkali, Kamigin, Kankanai, Kankanay, Kapampangan, Kapul, Karamiananen, Karaw, Karay-a, Kayapa, Keley-i, Keleyqiq Ifugao, Kiangan Ifugao, Kidapawan Manobo, Kinamigin, Kiniray-a, Kolibugan, Koronadal Bilaan, Kuyonon, Kuyunon, Lake Buhi West, Langilan, Lapuyen, Limos-liwan Kalinga, Lingotes, Loocnon, Looknon, Lower Tanudan, Madukayang, Mag-anchi Sambal, Magindanaw, Mag-indi Sambal, Maguindanao, Mamanwa Negrito, Manay Mandayan, Mandaya, Mandaya Mansaka, Mangaragan Mandaya, Maragat, Maranaw, Margosatubig, Masbateno, Matig-salug Manobo, Matino, Mayaoyaw, Mayoyao, Minamanwa, Minasbate, Misamis Higaonon Manobo, Molbog Palawan, Mondo, Moro Joloano, Mt. Iriga Negrito, Nabaloi, Northern Kalinga, Northern Sama, Northern Sinama, Northern Sorsogon, Obo Bagobo, Orang Cagayan, Palanenyo, Palawan, Palawan Batak, Palawanen, Palawanun, Palaweno, Pampango, Pampangueno, Panay, Panayano, Pandan, Pilipino, Planan, Pugot, Pula, Quezon Palawano, Quiangan, Ranao, Rinconada Bicolano, Romblon, Sagada Igorot, Sama Mapun, Sama Sibutu', Samal, Samaran, Samareno, Samar-leyte, Sambali, San Ramon Inagta, Sanggil, Sangiri, Sebuano, Siasi Sama, Simaranhon, Sinama, Sinauna, Sindangan Subanun, Siocon, Sorsogon Bicolano, Southern Bajau, Southern Bontoc, Southern Sorsogon, Subanen, Sugbuanon, Sugbuhanon, Sulu, Sulud, Suluk, Sumadel-tinglayan Kalinga, Suri, Tabuid, Tadianan, Tagabawa, Tagabawa Bagobo, Tagabili, Tagakaolo, Tagalagad, Taubuid, Tausog, Taw Sug, Tawit, T'boli, Teduray, Tiboli, Tina, Tingguian, Tinguian, Tinitianes, Tiron, Tirurai, Tuboy Subanon, Tumanao, Tuwali, Umiray Agta, Umirey Dumagat, Unhan, Upper Tanudan, Virac, Visayan, Waray, Western Bontoc, Yacan, Ybanag, Zamboangueno
Dialects:   Abaka, Ableg-salegseg, Abra-de-ilog, Adgawan, Alag-bako, Alcantaranon, Anglat Agta, Anini-y, Ayangan Ifugao, Bakun-kibungan, Balangingi, Balbalasang, Banao Itneg, Banaue Ifugao, Bangad, Bantayan, Baras, Barlig, Barongagunay, Barotac Viejo Nagpana, Basco Ivatan, Basiq, Bataan, Batad Ifugao, Batangas, Bayag, Bayninan, Bayyu, Binli, Biwangan, Blit, Boholano, Bokod, Bolos Point, Buhi, Bulacan, Bulalakaw, Bulalakawnon, Burnay Ifugao, Calanasan, Camonayan, Cantilan, Caviteqo, Cebu, Chaochow, Cotobato Chavacano, Daklan, Daongdung, Dapitan, Daraga, Davawenyo Zamboanguenyo, Dibagat-kabugao, Dikayu, Dilaut-badjao, Dispoholnon, Ducligan Ifugao, Eastern Addasen, Eastern Kolibugan, Egongot, Ermitano, Governor Generoso Manobo, Gubatnon, Guimaras Island, Guinaang, Guinaang Bontoc, Guinzadan, Hamtik, Hapao Ifugao, Hiligaynon, Hungduan Ifugao, Ibalao, Ilentungen, Ilud, Iranun, Isamal, Italon, Itawis, Itbayaten, Iyongut, Jaun-jaun, Kabayan, Kabinga'an, Kadaklan, Kagankan, Kapangan, Karagawan, Kawayan, Kiamba, Kiriyenteken, Kulamanen, Lactan, Lagawe Ifugao, Lambunao, Laya, Legaspi, Leyte, Lias, Libon, Ligao, Livunganen, Looknon, Lubang, Lubuagan, Lutangan, Malaweg, Malay, Mallango, Manguagan Manobo, Manila, Mankayan-buguias, Marinduque, Matig-salud, Miag-ao, Mindanao, Mindanao Visayan, Naga, Naturalis, North Ibanag, Northern Samar, Oas, Obian, Odionganon, Pagbahan, Palanan Dumagat, Palauan-calavite, Palaui Island, Palaui Island Agta, Pambuhan, Pandan, Penablanca, Piso, Pototan, Pulangiyen, Puleniyan, Romblon, Roso, Sadanga, Salog, Samar-leyte, Santa Ana-gonzaga, Santa Cruz, Santa Margarita, Sarangani, Semirara, Sibalenhon, Sibuco-vitali, Sibugay, Sibuguey, Sibutu', Sibuyan, Simunul, Sinalon, South Ibanag, South Palawano, Southern Ivatan, Sumadel, Surigao, Surigaonon, Tagakawanan, Tala Ingod, Talifugu-ripang, Tanay-paete, Tandubas, Tanglagan, Tasaday, Tayabas, Ternateno, Tigwa, Tumuaong, Ubu, Umayam, Valley Cove, Waigan, Waray, Wawan, Western Addasen, Western Kolibugan, Yaga, Zamboangueno
Other dialects:   Abaca, Abakay Spanish, Batuan, Bugsuk Palawano, Buhi'non, Chavacano, Daragawan, Davao Chavacano, Davaoeno, Davaweno, Eastern Kalibugan, Ermiteno, Gimaras, Gubat, Ibilao, Ilanon, Ilanum, Illanon, Iranon, Kantilan, Lutango, Malaueg, Palanan Valley Agta, Palanan Valley Dumagat, Salug, Sibale, Sibuku, Sibutu, Sorsogonon, Southeast Cagayan, Tawini, Ternateno Chavacano, Western Kalibugan
     
Internet:

   
Domain   .ph
Internet users   2 Mio. (2001)
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)   33 (2000)
     
Geography:

   
Geographic coordinates   13 00 N, 122 00 E
Area (sq km)   300,000.0
Land boundaries (km)  
     
Economy:

   
Currency   Philippines Peso
International identification letter for vehicles   RP
Gross domestic product (US $)   335 Bio. (2001*)
Industrial production growth rate (%)   4% (2000*)
Imports (US $)
  30 Bio. (f.o.b.. 2000)
Inflation rate   6% (2001*)
     
People:

   
Population   84,525,639
Age structure (%)    
  -   0 - 14 years
  36.6% (M: 15,731,451; F: 15,169,264)
  - 15 - 64 years
  59.7% (M: 24,990,500; F: 25,478,245)
  - 65 years and over   3.7% (M: 1,399,862; F: 1,756,317)
Labor force   32 Mio. (2000)
 
 
 
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