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Capital:   Washington, DC
     
Country names:

   
Conventional long form   United States of America
Conventional short form   United States
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Languages

   
Main language   English
Total number of people using the Language in all countries   322,000,000
Other languages   Abaza, Adyghe, Albanian Gheg, Albanian Tosk, American Sign Language, Angloromani, Apache Mescalero chiricahua, Apache West, Arabic Judeo Tunisian, Arabic Najdi spoken, Arapaho, Armenian, Assyrian Neo Aramaic, Azerbaijan South, Bahamas Creole English, Bahnar, Basque, Belarusan, Belize Kriol, Bengali, Blackfoot, Breton, Bru West, Bukharic, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cebuano, Chaldean Neo Aramaic, Cham East, Cham West, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chickasaw, Chinese Hakka, Chinese Mandarin, Chinese Min Nan, Chinese Yue, Choctaw, Chru, Cora, Corsican, Cree Plains, Crimean Turkish, Crioulo Upper Guinea, Crow, Czech, Dakota, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Farsi West, Finnish, French, French Cajun, Frisisch East, Frisisch West, Galician Irish, Galician Scottish, Garífuna, Georgian, German Hutterite, German Pennsylvania, German Standard, Greek, Gujarati, Guyanese Creole English, Haiti Creole French, Havasupai walapai yavapai, Hawai i Creole English, Hawaian, Hebrew, Hiligaynon, Hindi, Hindustani Fijian, Hmong Daw, Hmong Njua, Hopi, Hulaulá, Hungarian, Icelandic, Ilocano, Indonesian, Inupiatun North Alaska, Inupiatun Northwest Alaska, Italian, Iu Mien, Jamaican Creole English, Japanese, Jarai, Jemez, Kabardian, Kalmyk oirat, Kanjobal East, Kanjobal West, Karachay balkar, Katalanian valencian balear, Keres East, Keres West, Khmer Central, Khmu, Khuen, Kickapoo, Kiowa, Klao, Koho, Korean, Kurdi, Kurmanji, Ladin, Ladino, Lahu Shi, Lakota, Lamet, Lao, Lave, Laven, Laz, Le, Lithuanian, Lombard, Louisiana Creole French, Luri, Luxembourgeois, Mal, Malay, Malay Ambonese, Malecite passamaquoddy, Maltese, Micmac, Mixteco Mixtepec, Mnong East, Mohawk, Muskogee, Navajo, Nhang, Norwegian Bokmal, Nung, O odham, Otomí Mezquital, Paiute North, Panjabi East, Panjabi West, Parsi, Phu Thai, Piemontese, Pingelapese, Plattdeutsch, Polish, Pontic, Portuguese, Rade, Rapa Nui, Romani, Romani Balkan, Romani Carpathian, Romani Vlax, Russian, Samoan, Sea Island Creole English, Serbo-croatian, Shelta, Sherpa, Shoshoni, Sindhi, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Ta oih Upper, Tagalog, Tai Daeng, Tai Dam, Tatar, Tày, Tewa, Thai, Tibetian, Tiwa South, Tokelauan, Tondano, Tongan, Traveller Scottish, Turkish, Turkmen, Turoyo, Ukrainian, Ute South Paiute, Uyghur, Uzbek North, Vietnamese, Yakima, Yaqui, Yiddish East, Yoruba, Yupik Central, Yupik Central Siberian, Zapoteco Cajonos, Zapoteco San Juan Guelavía, Zapoteco Yalálag, Zapoteco Yatzachi, Zapoteco Zoogocho, Zuni
Other languages:   Acadian, Ameslan, Apsaalooke, Arrapahoe, Asl, Brao, Cadien, Cajan, Cajun, Central Alaskan Yupik, Coyotero, Creek, Diné, Eastern Keres Pueblo, Eskimo, Français Acadien, Geechee, Gullah, Hawai'i Pidgin, Hce, Inupiat, Inupiatun, Kanien'kehaka, Kikapoo, Kikapu, Lakhota, Navaho, Nebome, Nevome, North Alaskan Inupiat, Northwest Alaska Inupiat, 'olelo Hawai'i, 'olelo Hawai'i Makuahine, O'odham, O'othham, Papago-pima, Paviotso, Pennsylvania Dutch, Pennsylvanish, Pidgin, Romanis, Shoshone, Sioux, St. Lawrence Island eskimo, Teton, The Language Of The Deaf, Towa, Tsalagi, Tslagi, Upland Yuman, Upper Colorado River Yuman, Upper Piman, West Alaska eskimo, Western Keres Pueblo, Windisch, Zuni
Dialects:   Acoma, Akimel O'odham, Amish Pennsylvania German, Anaktuvik Pass Inupiatun, Bannock, Belize Creole English, Big Woods French, Black American Sign Language, Black English, Blood, Chaplino, Chemehuevi, Chiricahua, Cibecue, Coastal Inupiatun, Cochiti, Creek, Dakota, Elati, Georgia, Gosiute, Hano, Havasupai, Isleta, King Island Inupiatun, Kituhwa, Klikitat, Kobuk River Inupiatun, Kotzebue Sound Inupiatun, Kuskokwim eskimo, Malecite, Marsh French, Mescalero, Nakota, Nambe, Non-amish Pennsylvania German, North Northern Paiute, North Slope Inupiatun, Northeast Florida Coast, Northern Malimiut Inupiatun, Northern Shoshoni, Otali, Overhill-middle Cherokee, Passamaquoddy, Piegan, Point Hope Inupiatun, Pojoaque, Prairie French, San Carlos, San Felipe, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Sandia, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, Seminole, Seward Peninsula Inupiatun, South Carolina, South Northern Paiute, Southern Malimiut Inupiatun, Southern Paiute, Tactile Sign Language, Tesuque, Ticinese, Tohono O'odam, Tonto, Ute, Walapai, West Arctic Inupiatun, Western Shoshoni, White Mountain, Yakima, Yavapai, Zia
Other dialects:   Bering Strait Inupiatun, Bethel Yupik, Dakhota, Eastern Cherokee, Goshute, Hualpai, Isleta Pueblo, Laguna, Lower Cherokee, Maliseet, Mcdermitt, Middle Cherokee, Nakoda, Non-plain Pennsylvania German, Overhill Cherokee, Papago, Pensylvanisch Deitsch, Pima, Plain Pennsylvania German, Point Barrow Inupiatun, Santee, Santee-sisseton, Tessinian, Ticinees, Ticines, Ticino, Upper Cherokee, Western Cherokee, Yankton, Yankton-yanktonais, Yerington-schurz
     
Internet:

   
Domain   .us
Internet users   166 Mio. (2001)
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)   7.800 (2000)
     
Geography:

   
Geographic coordinates   38 00 N, 97 00 W
Area (sq km)   9,629,091.0
Land boundaries (km)   12,034.0
     
Economy:

   
Currency   US Dollar
International identification letter for vehicles   USA
Gross domestic product (US $)   10,082 Bio. (2001*)
Industrial production growth rate (%)   -3.7% (2001*)
Imports (US $)
  1,148 Bio. (f.o.b.. 2001*)
Inflation rate   2.8% (2001)
     
People:

   
Population   280,562,489
Age structure (%)    
  -   0 - 14 years
  21% (M: 30,116,782; F: 28,765,183)
  - 15 - 64 years
  66.4% (M: 92,391,120; F: 93,986,468)
  - 65 years and over   12.6% (M: 14,748,522; F: 20,554,414)
Labor force   141.8 Mio. (2001)
 
 
 
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