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Germany wiki, information, codes

COUNTRY

Germany
ISO CODE DE 
ISO 3 CODE DEU 
ISO NUMERIC 276 
PHONE, CALL CODE 49 
FIPS CODE GM 
CAPITAL Berlin 
AREA (SQ. KM) 357021 
AREA (PLACE) 64 
POPULATION 81802257 
POPULATION (PLACE) 15 
CONTINENT EU 
DOMAIN .de 
CURRENCY CODE EUR 
CURRENCY NAME Euro 
LONG CURRENCY NAME
EXCHANGE RATE
Euro
PHONE 49 
POSTAL CODE FORMAT ##### 
POSTAL CODE REGEX ^(d{5})$ 
LANGUAGESde
GEONAME ID 2921044 
NEIGHBOURSAustria
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CAPITAL

 Berlin 
ASCIINAME Berlin 
LATITUDE 52.5243700 
LONGITUDE 13.4105300 
GEO CLASS P 
GEO CODE PPLC 
COUNTRY CODE DE 
ADMIN1 CODE 16 
ADMIN2 CODE 00 
ADMIN3 CODE 11000 
ADMIN4 CODE 11000000 
POPULATION 3426354 
ELEVATION 74 
GTOPO30 43 
TIMEZONE Europe/Berlin 

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REGIONS, STATES, ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

NAMEASCII NAME
LATITUDE, LONGITUDE
GOOGLE MAP
GEO
CODE
ADMIN1
CODE
POPULATIONGTOPO30TIMEZONE
 Baden-W├╝rttemberg Region   Baden-Wuerttemberg Region 
48.5000000
9.0000000
 ADM1   01   10744921   327   Europe/Berlin 
 Bremen   Bremen 
53.0833300
8.8333300
 ADM1   03   661716   8   Europe/Berlin 
 Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg   Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg 
53.5833300
10.0000000
 ADM1   04   1774224   10   Europe/Berlin 
 Freistaat Bayern   Freistaat Bayern 
49.0000000
11.5000000
 ADM1   02   12510331   503   Europe/Berlin 
 Freistaat Sachsen   Freistaat Sachsen 
51.0000000
13.2500000
 ADM1   13   4168732   342   Europe/Berlin 
 Freistaat Th├╝ringen   Freistaat Thuringen 
50.9166700
11.0000000
 ADM1   15   2249882   266   Europe/Berlin 
 Germania Inferior   Germania Inferior 
50.9387200
6.9603800
 ADM1H   07   -   55   Europe/Berlin 
 Germania Superior   Germania Superior 
50.0061800
8.2705900
 ADM1H   08   -   90   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Berlin   Land Berlin 
52.5000000
13.4166700
 ADM1   16   3442675   39   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Brandenburg   Land Brandenburg 
52.5000000
13.5000000
 ADM1   11   2511525   35   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Hessen   Land Hessen 
50.5000000
9.2500000
 ADM1   05   6061951   665   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Mecklenburg-Vorpommern   Land Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 
53.5000000
12.5000000
 ADM1   12   1651216   59   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Niedersachsen   Land Niedersachsen 
52.0000000
10.0000000
 ADM1   06   7928815   196   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Nordrhein-Westfalen   Land Nordrhein-Westfalen 
51.2189500
6.7633900
 ADM1   07   17872763   45   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Sachsen-Anhalt   Land Sachsen-Anhalt 
51.9166700
11.5000000
 ADM1   14   2356219   67   Europe/Berlin 
 Land Schleswig-Holstein   Land Schleswig-Holstein 
54.0000000
10.5000000
 ADM1   10   2832027   47   Europe/Berlin 
 Raetia   Raetia 
48.3675400
10.8984400
 ADM1H   02   -   493   Europe/Berlin 
 Rheinland-Pfalz   Rheinland-Pfalz 
49.6666700
7.5000000
 ADM1   08   4012675   374   Europe/Berlin 
 Saarland   Saarland 
49.4047200
6.9608300
 ADM1   09   1022585   244   Europe/Berlin 


Guest:
Germany constitution [ZIP, PDF] Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, Print version, last amended on 23 December 2014

2016-05-12 03:48:54
Guest:

Germany - 2008

    It is a country, which has the largest economy in Europe and the fourth highest economy in world. Since currency reform in 1948, its economy continued to grow until these days. By the labor force of 43,66 million people, it creates 2.585 trillion of dollars worth GDP. Almost all of the GDP is created by the export to other countries. The most commonly exported products are motor vehicles, machinery, electric devices, chemical products. 
    The interesting thing is that unemployment rate differs in the western and eastern part of the Germany. And it is because Germany was divided into two parts during cold war. The eastern part was socialistic and the economy grew slower, than in its western part, which had many valuable fossils and integrated into Europe much faster. In fact, the western Germany became part of EU in 1957. In these days, the unemployment rate in 7.2 percent (6.0 percent in West Germany, and 11.8 percent in East Germany). The rate of unemployment during the last three years remained at the 7 percent and is assumed to be 8.4 percent during 2009. People in Germany works for an average of 40.5 hours per week as a public officials and 38.7 hours per week as public service employees. 
    German economic growth in 2008 was considerably weaker than in the two preceding years. The price-adjusted gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 1.3% on the previous year. In 2007, GDP still grew by 2.5%, and in 2006 by 3.0%. The GDP was weaker in 2008 because of the lower exports and lower imports, as other countries produced less products during the time of crisis. 
 


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