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people, history, government, political conditions, and economy.
Economy of San Marino
GDP (2008): Euros 1.259 billion (approx. $1.75 billion).
Per capita GNP (2008): Euros 30,180 (approx. $42,000).
GDP growth (2008): 2.1%.
Natural resources: Building stone.
Agriculture: Products--wheat, grapes, maize, olives, cattle,
pigs, horses, meat, cheese, hides.
Industry: Types--tourism, textiles, electronics, ceramics,
Trade: Exports (2008)--2.80 billion Euros (approx. $3.9
billion). 90% to Italy. Imports (2008)--2.60 billion Euros
(approx. $3.6 billion): manufactured goods, food. Partners--
Italy, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, China,
Geography of San Marino
Area total: 61.2 sq. km.; about one-third the size of
Cities: Capital--San Marino (pop. 4,377). Other cities--
Serravalle, Borgo Maggiore, Domagnano.
Terrain: Rugged mountains.
Climate: Mediterranean; mild to cool winters; warm, sunny
Government of San Marino
Type: Independent republic.
Constitution: October 8, 1600, electoral law of 1926 and
manuscript of rights (1974) serve some of the functions of the
Branches: Executive--Captains Regent (co-chiefs of state);
Congress of State (cabinet) elected by the Great and General
Council; Secretary of State for Foreign and Political Affairs
(head of government). Legislative--unicameral parliament: 60-
member Great and General Council. Judicial--Council of Twelve.
Administrative divisions: 9 municipalities.
Political parties: Christian Democratic Party of San Marino,
Party of Socialists and Democrats, National Alliance, Popular
Alliance, United Left, New Socialist Party, We Sammarinesi,
Sammarinesi for Freedom, and Democrats of the Center.
Suffrage: Universal, 18 years of age.
Map of San Marino
This Map of San Marino shows the borders of the country, as
well as rivers, and cities including San Marino the capital of
San Marino. (Maps from the U.S. State Department)
Official Name of San Marino
The Official Name of San Marino is the Republic of San Marino.
(Facts from the U.S. State Department)
People of San Marino
Nationality: Noun and adjective--Sammarinese.
Population (August 2010): 31,830.
Ethnic groups: Sammarinese, Italian.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Health: Infant mortality rate (2009)--4.34/1,000 live birth
rates. Life expectancy (2009)--80.3 years for men and 85.9
years for women.
Work force (June 2010): 22,910.
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